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All reviews cod beck lovely walk car park dog walkers short walk lovely place stepping stones lovely scenery easy walk cote ghyll cleveland way limited parking many places down the road family picnic wooded area sunny day
We were driving back from Newcastle on the A19 to York.
I said to my son let's go and find a road to the top of that hill!
Well we did through Ingleby Arncliffe and wow it was amazing.
It was around 5pm so it...More
Visited with family. Parking is free however roads to the reservoir are quite narrow.
Scenery is just beautiful especially at this time of year as the leaves are changing colour. Plenty of seating located around the reservoir for a rest if needed.
Great photos opportunities....More
Wonderful place to walk, took the dogs out which was nice, slightly dissatisfying that there are no bins on the walk around and only a few benches, so if you take food remember a bag for rubbish!
Would be even better if there had been...More
We had a lovely afternoon picnic-ing here while the kids played in the stream and explored the undergrowth. Followed by a walk the following day around the reservoir it's self which is a beautiful walk but not too long for children.
Never get tired of visiting. The views in the various seasons never disappoint. As a volunteer for the National Trust we try to keep the area clean and tidy for the many visitors during the year. There are various walks that people can undertake. The...More
This is a a magical place at the western part of the glorious North York Moors.
There are places to go for a picnic. The Kids enjoyed playing in the shallow streams that feed the reservoir (during Summer).
Then we had a wonderful walk around...More
We came here for a walk around the reservoir on a sunny day in the school holidays. The car parks are small and we did struggle to find a space at first. Many people seemed to be having picnics along a stream near to the...More
Not many hills as such, there is a marked walk way but you may struggle getting through the push gate as it only half opens (one of the old fashioned kissing gates) if you can get past that it's fairly flat all the way round... More
Not many hills as such, there is a marked walk way but you may struggle getting through the push gate as it only half opens (one of the old fashioned kissing gates) if you can get past that it's fairly flat all the way round but it will be bumpy!