Weather warning in place. No BBQs or campfires in the forest.
Visitor information
Opening hours
How to find us
Parking & prices
Contact details

Opening hours

Bury Ditches is offers access 365 days a year, from dawn to dusk. 

How to find us

How to find us
Bury Ditches, Lydbury North
Sat Nav Postcode: SY7 8BD
By Car

Located down a country lane between Clunton and Lydbury North, the woodland is signposted from the B4368 and B4385.

OS Grid Ref
SO 335 839

52.449732623926, -2.9813289642334

Parking and prices

There are no parking charges at Bury Ditches. 

Additional information

Number of accessible parking spaces: 0

There are no designated accessible parking spaces at this forest, have you seen our Easy Access trails page?

Contact details

Activities at Bury Ditches

Nordic walkers at Bellever Forest
Nordic Walking at Bury Ditches
Walking boots in autumn
Walking trails at Bury Ditches

Nearby forests

group mountain biking through autumnal trees

Hopton Woods is the home of mountain biking in Shropshire. Come and test yourself out on the warm-up loop before heading into the wood on our harder trails.

All the trails at Hopton are largely unsurfaced, so the way they ride changes according to the weather and the season. Please ride within your ability (and that of your bike) and with appropriate safety gear. 

Kinsley Wood view over Knighton

The trees you see here (mostly Larch and Douglas Fir) were planted in the 1950s when the need for home-grown timber was high after WWII. You can now enjoy the woodland by following the forest road on a circular stroll or having a picnic at the benches overlooking Knighton. 

The wood is full of folklore and stories, so pick up a leaflet at the Offa's Dyke Visitor Centre on West Street in Knighton for more information.

Mortimer Forest Black Pool

Come and escape in Mortimer Forest! Straddling the Shropshire and Herefordshire border this thousand hectare forest is a perfect place for some breathing space.

Although originally made up of ancient royal chases and deer parks, the forest we see today was largely planted by the Forestry Commission in the 1920s. It was named after the Mortimer Family, Norman Lords who held power over the region for some 300 years.

Easy pacers walkers

Eastridge Woods is enjoyed by visitors on foot, on horseback or on two wheels. Passing through the forest is the Shropshire Way, a long distance walking route covering over 200 miles of beautiful Shropshire countryside, which can be tackled in smaller sections.

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