The lowest and last of the three reservoirs to be built in the northern section of the Upper Derwent Valley, Ladybower is around 4 km in length and covers an area of 210 hectares. It is within the Peak District National Park. Fishing for locally bred trout is very popular here, with around 21 km (13 mi) of bank fishing available. The local angling club also has 15 small fishing boats for hire. A visitor centre lies in the middle of the three reservoirs and provides information on local wildlife, walking routes and other activities. There are a wealth of trails for exploring the open moorland and woodlands in the area and a 28.9 km (18 mi) cycle trail tours all three reservoirs.