Errwood Hall, Goyt Valley
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- Sheep Free.
- Free Parking.
- Not Far from Buxton or Whaley Bridge.
- Rural Setting
Part of the Goyt Valley and very near to Fernilee Reservoir is the upper Reservoir Errwood.
Once a stately home with a huge expense of land, demolished in 1934 the hall stood for over 100 years.
Errwood Hall is part of the scenic upper Goyt Valley a great place to walk your dogs.
The ruins are still there as are the azaleas and rhododendrons planted by the Grimshaw family and now closely managed by the peak district national park.
Paths all over, heading towards Pym Chair, Shining Torr, and a mix of moorland and woodland and a beautiful stream.
It Can get busy and touristy at the weekends and when the schools are off, go mid week and place is so quiet you could spend all day exploring and walking around.
For a extended huge walk you could also start off at Fernilee Reservoir and follow the signs in the woods for Errwood.
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