South West England
     16 results found for 'Forest Trails and Walks' in South West England
More information on: Dorset Woodlands - Ringwood & Wareham Forests
More information on: Dorset Woodlands - Ringwood & Wareham Forests

From the extensive pine woodlands and heathlands in the Wareham and Ringwood areas, to the beautiful beech woodlands of Cranborne Chase, the forests of Dorset are a delight to discover.

More information on: Forest of Dean - Coleford Tourist Information Centre
More information on: Forest of Dean - Coleford Tourist Information Centre

Covering 35 square miles, the forest was formerly a royal hunting forest. It is now a place of few crowds and much peace with the largest area of old oak trees in Britain.

Leigh Woods, nr Abbots Leigh, Bristol

Popular wood on the outskirts of Bristol.

More information on: Leigh Woods
More information on: Leigh Woods

A very popular wood on the outskirts of Bristol consisting of mixed broadleaves and open coppice areas. Ideal for walking.

Cardinham Woods, Bodmin, Cornwall

Explore the nooks and crannies of Cardinham Woods.

More information on: Cardinham Woods
More information on: Cardinham Woods

Cardinham contains over 250 hectares of mixed woodland set within a complex series of impressive steep valleys and narrow ravines. Ideal area for walking, cycling and horse-riding.

Nightingale Wood, South Marston, Wiltshire

Nightingale Wood is a unique wildlife site.

Nightingale Wood in South Marston is a unique wildlife site. It is a new woodland and wetland site with a variety of birdlife.

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