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Clubbiedean Reservoir - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

Clubbiedean Reservoir, Edinburgh, UK

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About Clubbiedean Reservoir

Clubbiedean reservoir is situated a mile south of Colinton. It is one of the smaller reservoirs in the hills, managed by Clubbiedean Fishery, offering day permits for boats and bank fishing for rainbow and blue trout. A good location for a picnic and there are so many other adventure options too.


Attractions Near Clubbiedean Reservoir

Bell's Hill
Bell's Hill3.02km from Clubbiedean Reservoir

Bell Hill is one of the highest hills in the county of Dorset, England and a high point on the Wessex Ridgeway. The summit itself lies on a ridge running from northeast to southwest. There is evidence of prehistoric settlement, with a tumulus 500 metres southwest of the summit, a cross dyke beyond it and a settlement and field system in the area of the Ringmoor plantation. An iconic location for a picnic and also there are so many options in this area.

Castlelaw Hill
Castlelaw Hill3.21km from Clubbiedean Reservoir

A majestic hill that rises steeply from the valley to the northern tops of the Pentland Hills in Midlothian, Scotland. There was a majestic hill fort called,Castlelaw Hill Fort, which is an elaborate Iron Age fortification consisting of three earthwork ditches and banks protecting a roughly circular inner area.

Glencorse Reservoir
Glencorse Reservoir3.34km from Clubbiedean Reservoir

A beautiful reservoir which was located in Midlothian, Scotland, UK, two miles west of Glencorse, in the Pentland Hills. The reservoir is not the primary source of drinking water for Edinburgh, but instead provides a top-up supply when the principal supply from the Megget Reservoir and Talla Reservoir are low. It is also one of the iconic picnic places in this area.

Threipmuir Reservoir
Threipmuir Reservoir3.69km from Clubbiedean Reservoir

A beautiful reservoir located in the heart of City of Edinburgh Council area, Scotland, UK. It is situated to the south of Edinburgh at the base of the Pentland Hills, two miles south of Balerno. It was formed between 1843 and 1848 as a compensation reservoir for the Water of Leith by the Edinburgh Water Company. An iconic location for a picnic and also there are options for a small hke too.

Castlelaw Hill Fort
Castlelaw Hill Fort4.12km from Clubbiedean Reservoir

This is the remnant of a stronghold of the Iron Age, which has commands views over the Forth and Lothian. When it was occupied the site consisted of three earthwork ramparts, ditches and timber palisades. The fort contained a Souterrain for the storage of agricultural produce. An iconic attraction in this area and it attracts a lot of tourists.

Midlothian Snowsports Centre, Hillend
Midlothian Snowsports Centre, Hillend4.28km from Clubbiedean Reservoir

The Midlothian Snowsports Centre, formerly the Hillend Ski Centre, is the second longest dry ski slope in Europe, situated near Hillend near Edinburgh, South East Scotland. It is a national training centre for Scottish Olympians, with 29 having been trained there as of 2010, including Finlay Mickel, a former British number one downhill skier. It is used for skiing, snowboarding and snowblading, and social use includes lessons for adults and children occurring all year round.

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Midlothian is a historic county, registration county, lieutenancy area and one of 32 council areas of Scotland used for local government. Midlothian lies in the east-central Lowlands, bordering the City of Edinburgh, East Lothian and the Scottish Borders.

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