A Walk Just Beyond the Ladybower Reservoir in the Peak District of England

The Peak District of England is a series of rolling hills networked with tons of walking trails.

We had really wanted to do the Mam Tor ‘Ridge’ walk but it was raining and the peak was shrouded in clouds.
The peak of Mam Tor 'Ridge Walk' shrouded in cloudsAt the tourist office they suggested an alternative for a damp day was to drive all the way to the end of the Ladybower Reservoir for a pleasant trail that was less exposed to the weather.
Fence on the walk just past the Ladybower ReservoirAt the end of the reservoir we clambered over the fence and were into rolling green hills full of sheep.
Hills on the walk just past the Ladybower ReservoirA sheep decorates the rolling hills on our walk.
Sheep posing in the walk just past the Ladybower Reservoir Another sheep – I won’t put in any more sheep shots, I promise!A sheep on our walk past the Ladybower Reservoir in the Peaks District of EnglandThe thistles were just coming into bloom.
Thistle on the walk just past the Ladybower ReservoirEverything was green.
Hills on the walk just past the Ladybower ReservoirMore green.
Trees on the walk just past the Ladybower Reservoir And yet more green!
A stream on our walk just past the Ladybower Reservoir in the Peaks District of England More on Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Hills.

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