We look after some really special woodland habitats, with woods full of ancient, towering trees and landscapes bordered by splendid tree-lined avenues. They look their finest in autumn, bursting with colour and wildlife. Get closer to nature and join us for a Great British Walk.
Another ranger favourite: Allen Banks woodland
Allen Banks and Staward Gorge is one of the largest areas of ancient woodland in Northumberland. In our video, local ranger Chris Johnson tells us what this extensive area of gorge and river scenery means to him, and why it's his favourite walk.
Some of us walk by the sea to blow away the cobwebs or breathe the salty air. Others to remember or get more in touch with coastal conservation. Enjoy our 'Why I walk the coast' personal reflections and meet some of our walking friends and supporters. For more of the personal touch, join one of our expert-led guided walks.
Exploring the places we look after on foot is a great way to experience this magical season.
See our holiday cottages that offer great autumn walking opportunities on their doorsteps.
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