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  • windsurfer
  • Sailing on Carsington Water
  • Windsurfing in Derbyshire
  • Learn to paddle a canoe

Watersports

Make waves in a variety of water sports - from kayaking and canoeing to sailing and windsurfing. Or simply enjoy a walk at one of the area's many reservoirs.

Watersports

Standedge Tunnel & Visitor Centre

Standedge Tunnel & Visitor Centre

Marsden

Our Visitor Centre tells the fascinating history of the tunnel and tells all you need to know about who built the tunnel and how, as well as amazing facts about the Huddersfield Narrow Canal

Blue Mountain Activities

Blue Mountain Activities

Matlock

Join Blue Mountain Activities for exciting and fun outdoor adventure activities; rock climbing, abseiling, canoeing, gorge scrambling, caving, activities for families, school, stag and hen groups, birthdays, corporate teambuilding.

Carsington Water

Carsington Water

Carsington

Well dressing is in ancient tradition unique to Derbyshire. Well Locations At various points around the Visitor Centre There will be no blessing service

Fernilee Reservoir

Buxton

Fernilee Reservoir is located in the Peak District National Park, within the county of Derbyshire and very close to the boundary with Cheshire. The reservoir was the first of two reservoirs built in the Goyt Valley.

Foremark Reservoir

Foremark Reservoir

Swadlincote

Reservoir with nature reserve, woodland walks and bridleway. Day ticket sailing available at weekends. Game fishing during season. Children's play area.

Ladybower Reservoir

High Peak

The construction of Ladybower Dam caused considerable controversy because it involved the flooding of two villages; Ashopton and Derwent. Today visitors enjoy walking and cycling around the dams.

Linacre Reservoir

Linacre Reservoirs

Chesterfield

There are 3 reservoirs at Linacre, built between 1855 and 1904 and, between them, they hold more than 240 million gallons of water. The reservoirs are surrounded by fields and bluebell woods.

Ogston Reservoir

Ogston Reservoir

Alfreton

Ogston Reservoir is owned and managed by Severn Trent Water and is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).

Staunton Harold Reservoir

Staunton Harold Reservoir

Swadlincote

Staunton Harold Reservoir forms the border between South Derbyshire and Leicestershire and is located within The National Forest. It has a Visitor Centre, Sailing club, children's play area, coarse fishing in season and walks.

Reservoir

Upper Derwent Valley

Hope Valley

The Howden Reservoir is a Y-shaped reservoir, top one of the three in the Upper Derwent Valley, England.