For walks filled with birdsong and the sound of the wind dancing in the trees.
A long woodland path along the river Lugg - where you might spot otters. Views over the Welsh hills on a clear day.
Ramble through the woodland and skirt a tranquil lake, pausing to see Clumber Bridge reflected in its waters before exploring the Pleasure Ground.
This path takes you into the remains of an ancient forest and past the rare black poplar. The veteran trees in this wood are home to many animals.
Worth walking all year round to come face to face with 500 year old oak trees, as well as younger woodland bursting with life.
The story goes that the chestnuts at Croft were taken from captured Spanish ships and planted here in the 16th century.
The wide open sky above and the world before you – the view from the top is always worth it.
Walking by water is a surefire shortcut to happiness. Whet your appetite with these top riverside strolls.
The outdoor places we look after are living breathing worlds. These walks are a chance to glimpse Mother Nature in her element.
These places meant something special to others, who walked, loved and knew them completely. Discover their stories and see the world around you with different eyes.