Damflask Reservoir

South Yorkshire, England

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About Damflask Reservoir

Damflask Reservoir covers a surface area of 47 hectares in the Peak District National Park. A walk around the reservoir beginning at the nearby village of Low Bradfield is just under 3.8 mi, taking about two hours, with woodland and waterside easy-access walking.

The reservoir is named after the village that stood here before being washed away in Great Sheffield Flood in 1864, after which the lake was constructed. Three rowing clubs and one sailing club use the reservoir, which is also open all year round for fishing for bream, pike, roach and European Perch. The woodland areas surrounding the reservoir are open access for walkers.

South Yorkshire, England
Latitude: 53.41324, Longitude: -1.58254

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