The Goyt Valley
is located in
the Peak District National Park in the heart of England and combines some of the most picturesque valley, moorland, river and reservoir scenery
to be found in the United Kingdom. Each year thousands of visitors
travel to the valley from near and far to experience the unique landscape.
Goyt Valley Online is the first website on
the internet dedicated to the Goyt Valley and the
surrounding area with the aim of providing information and inspiration for visitors.
For a introduction to the valley click on
the about link on the menu bar
or see the photography gallery
to see a selection of images from the area including views of the major
landmarks in the valley and the effects of the changing seasons, from
magical Autumn colours to Winter snow.
history page to
find out more about the history of the Goyt
Valley including how the valley has been shaped by its industrial past and
the influential Grimshawe family long before the two reservoirs were
constructed in the valley in the 20th century.
routes and details about sailing, fishing and cycling visit the
provides information about how to get to area including public transport
links by bus or train and details about car parks. The
links page provides
details of additional websites that contain information about the Goyt
Valley or businesses in the area.
If you have any comments or ideas about the Goyt Valley Online website or
wish to share your experiences and thoughts about
the Goyt Valley please
25th January 2008: Four new photographs added. See the photography gallery
to see the new images.
6th December 2008: New walk added: Errwood
Hall. See the
for further details of this short walk to visit the ruins of Errwood Hall,
once home to the Grimshawe family with views across Errwood Reservoir.