Coleford - Nagshead RSPB Reserve - Coalway - Coleford

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This walk is all on good tracks and walking-boots are not strictly necessary, but strong waterproof shoes are recommended. Extra time should be allowed for exploring the Darkside Ironworks as well as the Nagshead RSPB Reserve. The Forest of Dean is rich in wildlife including deer and in the autumn, varied fungi.

England - South West England - Gloucestershire - Forest of Dean


Birds, Butterflies, Flowers, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Industrial Archaeology, Pub, Public Transport, Toilets, Wildlife, Woodland
4/12/2022 - Richard Horton

My wife and I walked this late March and it is a very pleasant walk and easy enough to follow. We detoured from the RSPB car park into Parkend which is about a mile away and had a coffee and panini in a café attached to a cycle hire/shop next to the steam railway station. It was the only café open on a sunday but very good none the less. We didn't bother to cross the golf course at the end of the walk as it was very busy and just continued by road back into Coleford.

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