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THE FOREST OF DEAN
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The Forest of Dean is one of England's most ancient woodland areas and is a beautiful place to visit whether walking, cycling or pony trekking during all four seasons. In the winter it is nice to make the first footprints in the snow. Spring and summer are good seasons to walk or cycle along the miles of paths spotting wild deer, snakes, wild boar, badgers and other forest animals. The forest hosts a wide variety of bird life, including woodpeckers, owls and nightjars.

Located between the Wye Valley and the Seven Valley and a short drive from the historic market town of Ross-on-Wye, the Forest of Dean, offers wonderful scenery, caves, lakes, ponds and view points such as Blaize Bailey with its views over the River Seven, Yat Rock with stunning views over the River Wye and May Hill. The Forest of Dean is England's largest oak forest and is a National Forest Park.

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SHORT FILMS ABOUT THE FOREST OF DEAN

During spring and summer, the forest is a mass of wild flowers, which include bluebells in May and during the autumn, the colours are simply spectacular. Chestnuts can be collected and the woods are home to many varieties of fungi. The many lakes and ponds are beautiful to visit.

The series of short films above show places in the the Forest of Dean. For more films about the local area, including the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley, you are welcome to visit the High Definition Video page, from which you can view the above films and more, full screen.

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Forest of Dean bluebells in May.

Soudley Ponds in September.

Nature reserve near Speech House.

Autumn in the Forest.

Wild chestnuts in Autumn.

Reflections in water.

Autumn colours.

Reflections in the Forest.

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