South West England
     42 results found for 'Forest Trails and Walks' in South West England

Footscape, Cerne Abbas, Dorset

Flexible walking holidays along the Jurassic Coast, ideal for families with active children.

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Footscape is based in Dorset and is the specialist provider of walking holidays in Dorset. That is why we can offer personalised and flexible services for the serious hiker, as well as for leisure walkers, including children.

Stonehenge Historic Landscape, Amesbury, Wiltshire

Ancient ceremonial landscape with many archaeological features.

The National Trust owns 2100 acres of downland surrounding the famous monument, including The Avenue, Kings Barrows Ridge, Normanton Down Barrows and the Cursus, variously interpreted as an ancient racecourse or processional way.

Stonehenge, Salisbury, Wiltshire

Come and experience one of the most remarkable monuments in Britain.

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Discover the mystery and enchantment surrounding the great and ancient stone circle of Stonehenge. Explore the landscape and let our complimentary audio tour tell the story of the stones.

Woodchester Park, Stroud, Gloucestershire

Woodchester Park is set in a beautiful secluded Cotswold valley

A 400-acre, landscape park with an 18th and 19th century ‘lost garden’ and chain of five lakes, fringed by woodland pasture.

Geevor Tin Mine Heritage Centre, Penzance, Cornwall

Cornwall's premier mining centre is sited amongst magnificent coastal scenery with walking routes around.

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More information on: Geevor Tin Mine Heritage Centre

Geevor, a working mine until 1990, now the largest mining history centre in Britain, with museum and underground tour.

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