Yarrow Reservoir

Yarrow Reservoir is in The Rivington Reservoirs

Yarrow Reservoir is the smallest of the main reservoirs at Rivington and is often overlooked by casual visitors, situated as it is, away from the Three Lakes and without well-known features or nearby amenities. However, it does have good footpaths all around, interesting historic features, and is actually situated central to a hub of routes leading to great walking areas.

The water itself is not very accessible on most sides as there is a wall and in some places very steep embankments.

Yarrow Reservoir Wide Angle image by munki-boy

Yarrow Reservoir image by munki-boy

Yarrow Reservoir map

Marker type: Lake

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Yarrow Reservoir Overflow Cascade

Yarrow Reservoir Overflow Cascade

A man-made reservoir overflow cascade that is often dry as the water of Yarrow Reservoir is low.

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All about the Rivington Reservoirs, the Three Lakes, Yarrow Reservoir and Anglezarke with maps and information.

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Anglezarke Reservoir

Anglezarke Reservoir is the north-most of The Three Lakes and is the largest by area.

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Lower Rivington Reservoir

The easy to visit Lower Rivington Reservoir has good access to the water from the Rivington side and below the castle but can suffer Blue-Green Algae.

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