Places to visit
Find out about visiting our woodlands and National Nature Reserves
How to plan for a safe visit and what to expect when you arrive
Last updated: 14 January 2021
Wales is currently under alert level 4 of the Welsh Government’s Coronavirus (Covid-19) regulations, meaning that travel should be for essential purposes only.
Welsh Government regulations state that exercise should start and finish from home, and generally this should not involve people driving to a location away from home.
Where there is a legitimate reason to travel to our sites, such as a specific health condition or mobility issue, you should only drive to the nearest convenient, accessible location.
The car parks, trails, play areas and toilets in most of our woodlands and nature reserves are open. Under the current coronavirus restrictions in Wales, this is intended only for the use of people who live locally.
Please note that our mountain bike trails are only open for people who do not need to drive to access them.
If using any of our sites to exercise, you should do so alone or with members of your household or support bubble.
These facilities are closed until further notice:
Some other facilities at our sites remain closed - please check before you visit.
Car parks, trails and all facilities are closed at these places due to ongoing forestry operations:
Keep your distance
Be patient and respectful
Follow the Countryside Code