Chew Reservoir is a 6.2 mile loop trail located near at the head of the Chew Valley in the Peak District National Park in Greater Manchester, England.
The walk starts by Dove Stone Reservoir, go the right side of the reservoir and stick to the path until you come to sign posts.
From there it’s a uphill hike on the road until you reach the top. The snow was thick when we got to the to the reservoir so the path from there wasn’t clear.
We came back on ourselves and walked down the way we came up. Maybe on a clearer day there would be a path that leads you back to Dove Stone.
Nice views as you get higher made even better by the snow. If you want an easier walk just follow the path round Dove Stone, post of this to follow.
Chew Reservoir Information
Location: Chew Reservoir, Greenfield, Oldham, OL3 7NE 📍
Drive: Between 1hr 10 – 1hr 20 from Liverpool
Sat Nav: OL3 7NE (Takes you straight there. You’ll see the car park before you reach destination)
Walk Distance: 5-6 miles
Time: 3 hours
Parking: 2hrs – £1. 4hrs £2. All day – £4.
Dogs/Kids: Both. No prams or wheelchairs
Please be advised we visited here in December 2020 so some details and information may of changed since our visit.
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