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10 Best Autumn Colours Near Midlands

Autumn is a magical time of the year. Touch of cool bridge fill the body with lot of excitement and new energy. No hot, no cool environment is perfect for your body. Walk out in the park at evening is joy of life in this season. It is also one of the best time for having outdoor fun. Trees start to shred their leaves so the scenes on streets and jungles are must see for anyone who wants to feel the beauty of nature. That’s why, Autumn is one of the best time to for a day out in the woods.

If you are in West Midlands, here is the best autumn colours near you which you should not miss to watch.

Cannock Chase Forest
Cannock Chase Forest is turning golden in autumn. Birches Valley forest is perfect for day outings in midlands. Cannock Chase is also midlands premier destinations for mountain biking. There are many amazing bike trails. There are also trails for woodland walk. Enjoy the classic Go Ape experience and do adventurous activities for the full day.


Rosliston Forest
Autumn is the exciting season to visit Rosliston woodland forest. This one is the oldest of the forestry commission’s community woodlands within the National Forest. You can enjoy fun activities as well as wildlife watch in this forest. You can see kestrels, owls and kingfishers. Fun activities includes cycling, fishing, archery, wall climbing and many more.




Hicks Lodge
Hicks Lodge is turning yellow. Hicks Lodge is a former coal mining site which is now transformed by new plantings. Cycling on the planned and developed trails is amazing experience. The tracks are graded based on their difficulty. Hicks Lodge is fantastic place for play, learning and personal development.


Haughmond Hill
Haughmond Hill going yellow at the moment in autumn. The trails in the hill are pretty enjoyable. The scene across the River Severn are romantic. There are many beautiful walking trails so roaming around with your dog or pet is such a pleaser. Enjoy the coffee at Haughmond Café.

 Wyre
According to forest department, this forest is still green. Enjoy the fresh air, surrounding woodlands find out some rare species of flora and fauna. Many place to visit to have fun outdoors. Roam around on walking, cycling and horse riding trails. Enjoy Go Ape Adventurous Activities like zip wires, Tarzan Swings and variety of crossings.


Dimmingsdale – Churnet Valley
Dimmingsdale is going yellow. Walk around the Dimmingsdale in Alton range from gentle strolls to challenging hikes, the whole trail built near by the beautiful and tranquil Churnet valley. There is Ramblers Retreat licenced restaurant offers nice and testy refreshments. The restaurant also offers some activities pack to double the fun and excitement.


Mortimer Forest
Straddling the Shropshire and Herefordshire border, Mortimer forest is turning into the Golden heaven at the moment. There are three car parks around and entry from each gives different experiences so visit it 3 times is not a bad idea at all. The high Vinnalls rises to 375 meters which is slightly cooler. While the black pool is close to some of the forest’s archaeological features and has a deboxing area for horses.

Wapley Hill wood
Wapley Hill wood is the historic woodland. Though the forest is managed for productive forestry, you can go for fun outings. You can enjoy the walk ride, explore the beech trees and discover the hillfort.

Forest of Dean
Forest of Dean has a special importance from geographical, historical and cultural point of view. The two rivers, Wye to the west and north-west and Severn to south make this region heaven. The forest goes yellow in the autumn. This is also favourite for mountain bikers. There are 4 main visitor sites; Symonds Yat Rock, Cannop Cycle Centre, Beechenhurst Lodge and Mallards pike lake. So multiple visits is definitely not a bad idea. Go Ape adventurous activities also developed there.

Salcey Forest Centre
Wildlife and history are in abundance at Salcey. Walking around the wood and going over the spectacular tree top bridge walk are such a pleasure. Trails for cycling and horse riding is also there. The kids park near the café is nice and a lot of fun for the kids. Do you want to nimble like a ninja, climbing and swinging through a tree? You can try tree ninja courses. Linda Johns’ Sculptures are also nice to watch.
 

So if you are near around Midland, these are the places where you can enjoy. Enjoy the beauty of nature, enjoy the beauty of seasons and take a fresh air in deep breath; these are the things which makes our lives more happy and healthy. 

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