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Natural Feature

Fewston Reservoir

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Carmen
Carmen
August 15, 2019
Breathtaking reservoir with great figure of 8 walk around Swinsty adjoining reservoir (takes about 2 hours).
Craig
Craig
March 24, 2018
There is a beautiful walk around Swinsty and Fewston. There is a 5km and 10km easy trail with beautiful views.
Alison
Alison
January 2, 2018
Gentle walk around the reservoir
Natalie
Natalie
November 14, 2016
For a trip a little further take the road out of Otley towards Fewston Reservoir there is a lovely 3.5 mile loop round the reservoir or for those looking for more a 7 mile route add on a loop around Swinsty reservoir to work up an appetite!
Brian
Brian
March 4, 2016
A great place to see wild life by walking round. Fly fishing for trout is available. Some big fish are caught here

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“There is a beautiful walk around Swinsty and Fewston. There is a 5km and 10km easy trail with beautiful views.”
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