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Published: 29th September 2016
This month we look at the tenth section of the National Forest Way, our newest long distance path which travels right across the National Forest area. Starting at the wetlands of Branston Water Park this 4 mile walk takes in Tatenhill Lock on the Trent & Mersey Canal and passes over the beautiful and atmospheric Battlestead Hill. Download full instructions for this section of the National Forest Way at www.nationalforestway.co.uk, including postcodes for start and finish and information on public transport links. There is car parking at both ends of the walk but do note car park closing times and charges.
Published: 24th August 2016
A walk of around 45 to 60 mins, nearly all good firm paths and taking in the Ennstone and Ashby Woulds Heritage Trails, Moira Furnace and part of the Ashby Canal. This is a great family walk with plenty of interesting sights, including the Lime Kilns, Moira Furnace and the Bath Yard Basin and the lock that leads down to it. If you wish to stop for refreshments en route you can choose from either the National Forest Youth Hostel or The Hub café at Moira Furnace. To reach the start of the walk leave Ashby by Kilwardby Street and proceed straight on to Moira. Keep straight through Moira and follow the road round a sharp right bend before turning right after Via Devana to park at Conkers Waterside entrance. Postcode is DE12 6BA.
Published: 25th February 2016
Continuing our walk along the National Forest Way, this month we set off from Conkers Waterside in Moira. This walk of around 8 miles starts along hard paths then encompasses fields, valleys, parkland and ancient woodland to arrive at Rosliston. Download full instructions for this section of the National Forest Way at www.nationalforestway.co.uk, including postcodes for start and finish and information on public transport links. There is car parking at both ends of the walk (charges apply at Rosliston) but do note car park closing times.