Autumn is a great time to get out and enjoy the countryside. The highlife=gt of the great outdoors at this time of the year has to be the trees. Now they are in their glorious autumn colours the landscape changes dramatically.
Now is the time to wrap up warm in cosy clothing like these fisherman sweaters for men https://www.shamrockgift.com/aran-sweaters/mens-aran-sweaters/ and head off to some of the most spectacular places in the UK to see the tree in all of their autumnal glory.
Westonbirt Arboretum – This Cotswold based arboretum is renowned for the many tree species that live here originating from all over the world. The whole place is a real spectacle, but at this time of the year the Acer Glade is a real showstopper.
Grizedale Forest – Head up to the beautiful Lake District in Cumbria to see the stunning trees of Grizedale forest. With so many walks through this beautiful ancient woodland, with the lakes as a backdrop reflecting the golden autumn sunshine, this is a really special place to enjoy a tranquil autumn walk.
Bolderwood – Head to the New Forest to see the spectacular scenery that the ponies and the deer also share. Walking trails are plentiful here, so you are sure to find a route that suits you under this beautiful autumnal canopy.
Kielder Forest – Northumberland is home to Kielder forest, set on the English and Scottish border. As well as the beautiful trees to enjoy in the day, it is also a dark sky reserve, so stay after dark to enjoy some special views of the night sky.