Friday feeling :: Best places to see Autumnal colour

September 18th, 2009 in The Best of the Rest

Each season brings its own magic and for Autumn it has to be the ever changing colours around us. Woods and forests lose their green and become an ever changing rainbow of colours from green through to yellows, reds, bronzes and browns. The Forestry Commission has an online interactive map showing which woodland areas are which colour so that you can time your visit perfectly.

The commission has also found the best places to view the autumn colours.

Wyre Forest, Worcestershire

Briton Ferry Woods, Neath Port Talbot

Dun Ghallain, Highland

Cademuir, Scottish Borders

Craik, Scottish Borders

Cardrona, Scottish Borders

The Bin Forest, Aberdeenshire

Dalby Forest, North Yorkshire

Dalbeattie Forest, Dumfriesshire

Cannock Forest, Staffordshire

PS – make sure you find a spare moment at some point over the new few weeks to get your wellies on and go kick some leaves. Now that is magic!


Autumn at Westonbirt ArboretumAutumn at Westonbirt Arboretum

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