The Forest of Dean
The Forest of Dean, one of Englands few surviving ancient woodlands offers a range of activites including stunning walks with the chance of spotting Fallow Dear and Wild Boar. For cyclists why not try the Family Cycle Trail, 11 miles of converted railway line and forest tracks, ideal for everyone! Explore the local towns of Coleford, Cinderford and Lydney, steeped in mining history.
The Wye Valley
The beautiful Wye Valley is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty straddling the border between England and Wales. The AONB stretches from just south of the historic city of Hereford and runs all the way to the rivers mouth at Chepstow. Along the way stunning towns and villages await together with an array of walks including the amazing Wye Valley Walk.
The Brecon Beacons National Park was established in 1957, covering 519 square miles it is a walkers paradise and you can often see wild ponies grazing on the slopes. The park offers a wide variety of other activities such as cycling horse riding, sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, fishing, rock climbing, hang-gliding, and caving to name just a few!