Kielder Forest, Northumberland
If you like to admire the starry sky, then you will be interested to know that in Kielder Forest you will see the darkest night sky, ideal for observing bright stars. However, the forest is just as wonderful for walking in daylight as for night observations, so take comfortable shoes and go get acquainted with squirrels - more than half of the red squirrels of England live in this forest.
Forest Garden Hackfall Wood, North Yorkshire
Technically, it is not a forest, but a garden created by politician John Aislabie back in the XVIII century. In the middle of Hackfall, you will find beautiful waterfalls and fountains, and if you still want to walk, then the ideal path is Aislabie Walk, which is 28 km long.
Nature Reserve Hatfield Forest, Essex
In these forests, there are more than 3,500 species of animals, and if you are lucky, you will be able to see someone from the local fauna. But not only animals Hatfield is famous for: most of the local trees are more than 1000 years old.
State Forest - Ashdown Forest, East Sussex,
It was this forest that inspired Alan Alexander Milne to create stories about a "bear with sawdust in the head" - Winnie the Pooh. Therefore, you cannot doubt that this is a very special place. You can stroll along one of the "Winnie the Pooh’s trails" or go along the archaeological trail Forest Archaeology Walk, where you will see the trenches of the First World War.