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This private ancient woodland belongs to the Rushmore Estate. It was once the hunting ground of King John, and home to General Pitt Rivers. Roughly three square kilometres, it is remote and mostly very runnable but has an extensive path network, with some ancient oak and beech trees. There are a number of penned areas allowing for forest regeneration and it is mainly deciduous with undulating contours. There are no water features, but in spring the woodland floor is ablaze of bluebells and wild garlic. A very nice area.


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