Cannop Ponds - Tram Road - Speech House - Arboretum - Speech House Lake - Cannop Ponds

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This walk takes in Cannop Ponds, with the large population of ducks - Mandarin Ducks nesting here in large numbers. It also visits Speech House Lake with its Kingfishers and offers many opportunities for sights of the resident deer. It also visits old quarries and mine workings.

England - South West England - Gloucestershire - Forest of Dean


Birds, Butterflies, Flowers, Great Views, Industrial Archaeology, Lake/Loch, Pub, Public Transport, Wildlife, Woodland
11/14/2005 - Graham Boswell

We did a shortened version of this route from point 11 in the description and it provided us with a very enjoyable November walk. It is worth noting that the green bands on the posts mentioned at point 12 are now red. The big beech tree at 16 seems to have been cut down and there is no stile there, the next stile is close to 17 and is fairly new. There had been a lot of rain the day before and we had to make a detour after point 21, below Speech House Lake, where the path was blocked by a fast running stream. Thanks again for this enjoyable walk.

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