Forest of Dean

The Forest of Dean (Welsh: Fforest y Ddena) is 110km² of ancient woodland in the West Country region of England.

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Outdoor activities, guided canoeing, kayaking, trips on the River Wye from half day to 2 days and longer, BCU courses, raft building, geo-caching, Nordic walking for families, schools and youth groups, corporate and team building.

About Forest of Dean

The southern part Forest of Dean district is one of the United Kingdom's most impressive forests, offering spectacular scenery throughout the year - whether it's bluebells in spring or the rich colours of oak in the autumn. The northern half around the town of Newent is more open countryside and also worth visiting. The Forest of Dean and Wye Valley is also a great area for outdoor activities including walking, cycling, canoeing or kayaking on the River Wye, climbing, caving, Nordic Walking are just some of the activities that can be found in the area something for all the family.


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