This guided walk explores some of the ancient and notable trees found in the Forest of Dean, led by Paul Rutter of Plantlife.
The walk will venture into an old part of forest which is untouched by modern forestry. The walk will look at some fine ancient and veteran trees trees including oak, beech, sweet chestnut as well as hawthorn. The walk is mostly along a level paths and tracks including a few stiles.
It will be an opportunity to enjoy some beautiful old trees and hopefully also see the wildlife that depend on these trees.
Well behaved Dogs allowed on leads please.
A reasonable level of fitness will be needed to complete this walk, along with sturdy and appropriate footwear. Please bring your own refreshments.
Parking and meeting point details will be sent to those attending.
Please note: Places are limited to a maximum number of 20 people on this walk. Please book your tickets via Eventbrite here.
You might be surprised what you find!
From creating habitats for our wildlife or improving our waterways, to recording oral histories or finding old photos, there’s always something going on to get involved in!