Beautiful Forest & Woodland Walks in England

England is home to some of the most beautiful, magical forests & woodland. This guide will help you find the best in the country!



Ingleton Falls, North Yorkshire

This circular route stretches 4.5 miles, taking  you through waterfalls, and discovering rare plants, birds & trees that helped form the Peak District.

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Wistman's Wood, Devon

These woods look like they came out of a fairytale. Moss-covered boulders and lichen-covered trees give the forest an enchanted, mystical feel.

Grizedale Forest, Cumbria

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.

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Hardcastle Crags, West Yorkshire

The ‘Switzerland of Yorkshire’, this woodland valley is 2 miles north of Hebden Bridge, full of rocky ravines, trickling streams and stunning waterfalls.

Hatfield Forest, Essex

Britain’s best surviving royal hunting forest from medieval times, stretching over 403 hectares. 

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Puzzlewood, Gloucestershire

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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