New Forest, Lyndhurst

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Forest
Explore the largest piece of unenclosed pasture, heathland, and forest in southeastern England, New Forest. Walk, bicycle, and horseback ride the numerous trails here, which pass through a variety of landscapes, including woodlands and coast. Stop in the New Forest Museum and then take a guided tour with a local expert to learn about the area's history, geology, wildlife, and folklore. If it rains, you can still tour historic houses and other museums, learn how to make cider at New Forest Cider, and visit the UK's only working tide mill. The site covers a lot of ground, so stop in the Visitor Information Centre to plan your time here. Put New Forest into our Lyndhurst holiday planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Lyndhurst.
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  • I loved the week end, the walk and everything else in the area. We were not well prepared for outdoor walks in the mud so we walk in accessible road but still if was lovely to see the surrounding of L...  more »
  • Took a walk from Wilverley Plain carpark. Started off in the woods where we saw two deer. Then made our way through the forest out onto the open plain where there are plenty of horses and ponies to se...  more »
  • Spring weather the first weekend of April foster walks after an extraordinary forest and heathland. And the unusual are these walks due to the locals an enchanted forest is wild horses! Although they are wild is sufficiently tame to approach to them. Graze everywhere, both in the forests, rolling pastures and roadsides; you need to be careful not coming by car. Simply walking around and stays constantly in the company of horses and it's extremely pleasing experience.
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