England is home to some of the most beautiful, magical forests & woodland. This guide will help you find the best in the country!
This circular route stretches 4.5 miles, taking you through waterfalls, and discovering rare plants, birds & trees that helped form the Peak District.
These woods look like they came out of a fairytale. Moss-covered boulders and lichen-covered trees give the forest an enchanted, mystical feel.
Covering 9 square miles in the Lake District, there's plenty to do, from walking and cycling to adventure activities like Go Ape and Forest Segway.
The ‘Switzerland of Yorkshire’, this woodland valley is 2 miles north of Hebden Bridge, full of rocky ravines, trickling streams and stunning waterfalls.
Britain’s best surviving royal hunting forest from medieval times, stretching over 403 hectares.
JRR Tolkien drew inspiration from Puzzlewood for Lord of the Rings, with its moss-covered boulders, charming wooden bridges and knotted tree formations.
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