Yorkshire and Humberside
Bishop Wood A lowland, mixed wood with a very long history. The whole wood is very flat, being situated in the Humberhead Levels.
Boltby A mainly coniferous woodland on the western edge of the North York Moors. Popular for cycling, access is from Sneck Yate carpark.
Cropton Cropton forest is a mainly coniferous woodland set on the edge of the North York Moors.
Dalby Access is via Pickering on the A169 Pickering to Whitby road. Look out for Brown tourist signs. Our postcode is YO18 7LT for GPS systems, please note access is via Pexton or Bickley only.
Dalby Forest mountain biking The Great Yorkshire Forest with miles of expertly sculpted technical singletrack that tempts you to ride all day. If you fancy a challenge, Dixon's Hollow Bike Park ticks all the freeride boxes from north shore to 4X.
Guisborough An attractive and diverse woodland mostly planted in the 1950's on the site of disused extensive mineworkings
Ingleby Greenhow A mainly coniferous woodland situated on the steep northern slopes of the Cleveland Hills. There are fine views towards Kildale, Roesberry Topping and the Eston Hills.
Kilburn A very pleasant mixed woodland nestling around the cliffs from Sutton Bank and Roulston Scar to White Horse Bank.
Newgate Bank A small pine and larch wood on the edge of Bilsdale with fine views and access to neighbouring moorland.
Silton A mainly coniferous woodland on the western edge of the North York Moors National Park.
Sneaton Sneaton Forest is a true mixture of new and old. The larger part of the forest to the south is principally a conifer plantation of the 1960's while the northern area is chiefly old broadleaved woodland among steep valleys.
South Yorkshire Forests If you enjoy walking, cycling, horse riding or spotting wildlife then come and visit one of South Yorkshire's unique Community Woodlands.
Wheldrake York is the nearest town or village.
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