Enjoy the woods and views of Abinger Roughs this autumn. Feel free to immerse yourself in all the colours and delights of this most magical of seasons.
Find out which trees make up the fantastic woodland at Abinger Roughs.
The beech trees of Abinger Roughs make it a magical place for autumn. Pull on your boots and stroll through the glorious ambers and golds of the trees. Sniff the air for that special seasonal earthiness and fruitfulness.
Take an easy stroll around our nature trail and follow in the footsteps of Charles Darwin.
Spring is such a magical time of year. Enjoy this lovely walk through the woods of Abinger Roughs delighting in the magnificent show of bluebells and rhododendrons established in this wild garden.
Snowdrops are often the first heralds of spring as they valiantly push their way up through the soil. Enjoy this early spring walk around Abinger Roughs taking in the special snowdrop trail.
If you’ve been out on the Roughs recently you may have seen us working in the ‘old wilderness garden’ in amongst our huge rhododendrons...
Take an easy stroll around our nature trail and follow in the footsteps of Charles Darwin. The sandy soil of Abinger Roughs make for good walking in winter.
The Roughs are a great place to run around and enjoy the great outdoors. Take a look and find out what you could get up to on a day out here.
A fairly strenuous 6.2 mile walk through woodland, farmland, open countryside and grassland, with a pub stop en-route and glorious views.
Piney Copse, once a wood that inspired E M Forster, is an enchanting area of woodland just waiting for you to relax and unwind beneath its magical trees.