This free 2km guided walk explores some of the ancient and notable trees found in the Forest of Dean, led by Paul Rutter of Plantlife.
The routeexplores a path with mostly gentle sloping ground from Beech Walk (in between Drybrook and Mitcheldean) and Plumphill. Starting and finishing at the same point.

A reasonable level of fitness will be needed to complete this approximately 2hours 30 mins walk, along with sturdy and appropriate footwear. Please bring your own refreshments.

Highlights: We shall be looking at the ancient and notable trees in this part of the forest and observing any wildlife that is found amongst the trees.
Parking: is on the Drybrook/ Mitcheldean road, on the crest of the hill with the junction to the forest track leading to Beech Walk path. (Parking on both sides of the road can be found at grid ref SO 655 180)

Please note: Places are limited to a maximum number of 20 people on this walk