The Forest of Dean sure is beautiful and it’s the perfect place to have a picnic. Here are 5 gorgeous spots you could try…
Today we headed to the Forest of Dean with the intention of riding our bikes, we loaded up the car and picked up a picnic on the way, on the outskirts of Whitecroft just outside Lydney, heading towards The Forest of Dean on the road from Tescos to Clearwell we were greeted by carpets of blue blazing out from the… View Post
We headed to the Forest of Dean in search of Autumn today and found it in full force…we didn’t have any hardened plans so just stopped off to blow the cobwebs away at three locations in a close radius to each other. I wanted to try and capture what the forest was looking like from above so took some ariel… View Post
Here’s an idyllic place to visit this Summer… Cannop Ponds is quite a magical place for paddling in streams that amble amongst the forest – take a towel! There is an abundance of a different variety of birds ideal for bird watching and if you are very lucky you may come across some wild boar which regularly visit the site.
This afternoon we headed out to search for some Autumn colours and reflections. We headed to a beautiful lake nestled in the forest and we were not disappointed.
We parked in Lower Wyndcliff Car Park which is on the A466 three and a half miles north of Chepstow and just north of St Arvans, you can cross the road and follow the signs for the 365 steps or as we did just explore the area around the view point in the car park. There were fab trees in… View Post
We decided to head to the Forest of Dean to climb up to the Eagles nest view point, so with cake in hand we headed off…. We parked in Lower Wyndcliffe Car Park which is on the A466 three and a half miles north of Chepstow and just north of St Arvans, we crossed the road and followed the signs… View Post