Local Tourism – The New Forest

June 29, 2012  |  

 

The New Forest

*picture courtesy of Wild About Britain

Our head office is located within a few miles of the the New Forest National Park. Created in around 1079 by William I (William the Conqueror) for royal hunt, mainly of deer. Indeed Rufus Stone is reputed to be the site where King William II (William Rufus) was killed in 1100 AD.New Forest National Park

The New Forest is a genuine walker’s paradise with many circular and linear routes. There are many picnic sites with toilet facilities, all of which are carefully sited to allow visitors safe and easy access to a variety of forest landscapes. All year round there are guided walks where local experts will tell you about the history, geology, wildlife and folklore beneath your feet. You can even explore the forest on a ranger-led New Forest event.

The New Forest is a fantastic place for cycling with miles and miles of traffic free off-road tracks leading you right into the heart of the forest with few hills to worry about so come and discover the New Forest for yourself.

Click here for the link

The official Discover New Forest Website

 

Click here for the link The New Forest Park National Park official website

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