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Whinlatter Forest Tramper Hire with a view
Easy access trails
Hire a tramper at Whinlatter Forest

We are delighted to now have two Trampers – the all-terrain mobility scooter available to hire.

You can follow an amazing forest trail with spectacular views of the forest and fells beyond.

Family with a tramper in the forest
Easy access trails
Hire the Tramper at Grizedale Forest

We are delighted that we now have an all-terrain mobility scooter available to hire.

Visitor with Tramper and Dog
Explore Cardinham Woods with an off-road mobility vehicle
Two women on trampers exploring the forest on a sunny day
Explore Wyre Forest with an off-road mobility vehicle
Female Tramper at Symonds Yat viewpoint
Explore the Forest of Dean with an off-road mobility vehicle
Trampers at Bedgebury
Explore Haldon Forest Park with an off-road mobility vehicle
Trampers at Bedgebury
Hire a Tramper at Bedgebury National Pinetum and Forest

If you have limited mobility and would like to explore Bedgebury National Pinetum and Forest come and use our free off road mobility scooter (tramper).

Easy access paths through the wood with man on tramper
Easy access route to the river

A short path leading from the car park down to the East Dart river.

A short path leading from the car park down to the East Dart river.

Easy access paths through the wood with man on tramper
Easy access trail - short walking trail

Start from beside the new café and follow this mostly level trail, following a log edged, well surfaced path suitable for pushchairs.

Easy access paths through the wood with man on tramper
Dragonfly trail - a flat easy walk with children's play areas

An all weather surfaced trail, suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs.  This walk takes in some of the oldest trees in the forest with seating and a picnic bench along the way and at the Dragonfly Pond.

View over the valley and conifer forest
Walking trails and routes
Callywith Wood walk (Cornish: Kerdh Koos Kelliwydh)

Follow this trail to discover a beautiful view point where you can see up the valley of Cardinham Water to its source on Bodmin Moor. 

Family walking down path
Walking trails and routes
Raptor trail

This trail provides the perfect opportunity to explore the wide variety of forest environments at Haldon.

Experience some of the wildlife living here by visiting the popular bird of prey viewpoint - don't forget your binoculars!

Viewpoint over the forest
Walking trails and routes
Butterfly trail

We work alongside Butterfly Conservation to monitor and manage our butterfly area to provide the ideal conditions for many butterfly species.

Sun shining through the trees in autumn
Lady Vale walk (Cornish: Kerdh Nans Arlodhes)
Picnic table within bluebells

Enjoy a tasty treat in the forest at our beautiful picnic area, just bring along good food and company! The main picnic area is a short walk from the car park, where there are several picnic benches. The picnic area can be reached with ourTramper.

Easy access paths through the wood with man on tramper
Lynford Arboretum Easy Access Trail- a circular walk for everyone to enjoy

Lynford Arboretum's Easy Access Trail has seating areas at regular intervals along its path so you can stop, enjoy the view and the peaceful forest. 

Easy access paths through the wood with man on tramper
Easy access trail - a short loop walk through the woods in Kent
Easy access paths through the wood with man on tramper
Walking trails and routes
Heron Walk at Nightingale Wood

This is the longest of the walking trails in Nightingale Wood.

Easy access paths through the wood with man on tramper
The Easy Access Trail

The Easy Access Trail is suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs, and has an optional shortcut.

Group of three people walking past a tree
Walking trails and routes
Walking trails at Haldon Forest Park

Whether you're looking for play and adventure or a bit of peace and quiet to observe the wildlife, we've got a trail for you.

Winding path through the mature woodland
Whether you're looking to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life, or you want something more adventurous, Wyre Forest has something for everyone.

Wyre Forest can be found to the west of Birmingham and offers a great day out with activities to suit everyone. 

group of people walking along a forest clearing track
Walking trails and routes
Deviock trail (Cornish: Lergh Devyek)

This is a long loop, of moderate difficulty, leading off the Lady Vale Walk.

There is one steep section as you descend the valley side, but you will be rewarded with a well deserved rest at the small picnic area at Scots Pine.

Orienteering compass on tree
Orienteering
Orienteering - test your navigation skills around the forest
Trees in mist
Discover a collection of over 200 trees with some dating back to the early 1900s!

Established in 1915 with trees brought back by the Victorian plant hunter Ernest Wilson from his 1910 explorations of China, The Cyril Hart Arboretum is home to over 200 tree species. 

Front of Whinlatter visitor centre and information point
Welcome to England's only true mountain forest

Whinlatter is home to stunning views, fantastic walks, exhilarating mountain biking, rare wildlife and adventure play.

Family on walk at Haldon Forest Park
3,500 acres of woodland just 15 minutes from Exeter

Whether you want a quiet gentle stroll or an exhilarating mountain biking experience, there’s something for you at Haldon Forest Park.

Sun shining through the trees in autumn
From adventure and exercise to peaceful strolls and stunning scenery, share moments of relaxation and exertion alike at Cardinham Woods
walkers enjoying a walk around a woodland lake in autumn
Explore Mallards Pike
Families enjoying cycling in the forest
A family friendly country park and forest
Ivy covered mine stack surrounded by conifers
Walking trails and routes
Wheal Glynn walk (Cornish: Kerdh Hwel Glynn)

This trail follows the river before a short, strenuous ascent to reach the old lead and silver mine of Wheal Glynn. Descend down an intimate valley side returning to the Lady Vale Bridge. 

About Wheal Glynn