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Forest of Dean District - Almenningsgarðar og náttúra

Vinsælir almenningsgarðar

Travel Agency
“Experience the wonderful world of birds at the centre where there is something for everyone. Not only is this really interesting, but learning about the conservation work of the trust is educational.”
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Útsýnisstaður
“Beechenhurst lies in the heart of the forest, and is a great place to park up and start your adventure. Why not begin by discovering the Sculpture Trail. The 4.5 mile trail is one of the UK's first art trails and features 16 works created by artists commissioned to interpret the Forest environment and the history of its landscape. The sculptures are installed within the woodland, so seek out the blue ring posts that will help you to navigate the trail and the stained glass window is quite spectacular when timed with the lowering sun! ”
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Höggmyndagarður
“From a beautiful stained glass window hanging in the forest, to interesting dens and sculptures celebrating the forest's past, the Sculpture Trail is a good walk along firm forest paths. Park at the Speech House Woodland for free parking. ”
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Almenningsgarður
“Follow our road all the way down to the bottom (2miles) and you will reach the River Wye & Bigsweir Bridge in all its glory. There are plenty of riverside walks to explore including the famous Offas Dyke trail. For those guests who want to go cross country all the way, why don't you go across your own private countryside and follow our top track all the way to the pond, cross the gate, turn left and follow the ancient track and woodland path to join up with Offas Dyke without even stepping out onto the road once! For those guests who enjoy photography, turn right after the gate and follow the small lane for approx half a mile - you'll reach a clearing where the views of the Wye and Bigsweir Bridge are spectacular! More details of walks, trails and cycle paths can be found in the cottage’s brochures, trail guides and ordinance survey maps.”
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Almenningsgarður
“With play areas both inside and out, there are four stations on the track each with paths leading into the woodlands. You can get on and off as you please and there is no limit to the amount of trips you can make. Take a picnic and spend the day exploring and den building in the beautiful woodlands. Check out the various activities online throughout the year.”
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Almenningsgarður
“Fun things for children of all ages, ranging from meeting the animals to riding the zip wire.”
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Almenningsgarður
“The International Centre for Birds of Prey, formerly the National Birds of Prey Centre, in the United Kingdom houses a large collection of birds of prey with over 60 species of owls, eagles and hawks with daily flight displays”
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Almenningsgarður
“Get lost in Woodchester Park - just a bit further on from Coaley Peak, either park in the National Trust car park (payable), or as close by as you can, and walk down into another world. Woodchester Mansion rises to meet you in all its Gothic unfinished glory. Walk beyond there, and there is a sequence of 4 lakes, each progressively more tranquil and beautiful. The boathouse on the second (we think) lake is really rather idyllic. ”
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Leiksvæði

Playground
“Combine a visit here with a walk around Lydney Lake which is right next to Bathurst park.”
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Gönguleiðir

Höggmyndagarður
“From a beautiful stained glass window hanging in the forest, to interesting dens and sculptures celebrating the forest's past, the Sculpture Trail is a good walk along firm forest paths. Park at the Speech House Woodland for free parking. ”
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Lake
“Picturesque ponds, home to lots of wildlife. Just down the hill from Beechenhurst, it's centrally placed for walks and cycle paths.”
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