Carsington Water In Autumn

Carsington Water In Autumn

Today we took a walk around Carsington water, a 13km circuit that we have already written up here. Our previous visit to Carsington Water was in the summer so the landscape was very different. It wasn’t too cold (around 6-7 degrees for the most part) though the leg across the dam itself was a bit exposed and a bitter northerly wind made us thankful that we’d wrapped up warm. One advantage of the cold weather was that we were two of the few people daft enough to actually go walking around the reservoir today.

Here are a few snaps we took, more later on our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter streams, and if you’d like to read a full write-up of the walk visit this page on our site.


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