Cliveden's woodland play trail
Created using the lay-out of the woodland this all-natural play trail is a great opportunity to explore the woods and let imaginations run free.
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Thinking of adventuring further?
If you are enchanted by our woodlands and want to see more then why not try our Blue Walking Trail? You can start from the play trail and follow the blue arrows to take a short circular route.
Just beyond the woodland car park you can discover our striking elephant, bear and tiger wood carvings as well as the famous Cliveden snails ornately crafted by local woodcarver Nick Garnett. These wooden snails, carved using a chainsaw, represent the tiny snails that were 'imported' from Rome in 1896 in the Borghese Balustrade.
Don’t forget to also keep a close eye out for the variety of birds, bats and bugs that live here, and if you're feeling adventurous, why not do a spot of bug hunting?