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Nice for a walk with the kids. Has history so nice to find out the past of this place. Kids enjoyed it. Will go again in the summer when all the leaves are on the trees. Max of an hour is What you need. Worth...More
Small area located in Moseley featuring a bog, ponds, tree forts, hills and much more. We visited here with my Wife and 1 y/o with a pram. The wooden paths made it very easy for us to travel through. A must visit for everyone.
My mom used to bring me here as a child and when I have children I will do the the same as it’s a lovely way to spend time with family at no cost! Ball games or races we did it all.. I love this...More
A beautiful little nature reserve. It doesn’t cover a large area, but within a fairly small space there are a wide variety of habitats, from marshy bog to woodland. There is easy access for most - and some more interesting paths for a slightly more...More
Its infested with creatures, peaceful and relaxing, something humans do not appreciate. Don’t ever come here as the more people that do the more they will ruin it with footpaths and sign posts. This is my getaway from life so please take the rift raft...More
One of this place's selling points is that it was where Tolkien grew up, and it is certainly a nice place. Hard to tell how much it influenced him, but there are some nice trees, including one specially called out as a possible Ent. It...More
We spent about 4 hours in the Bog exploring the various trails. There are a surprising amount of interesting woodworks and plenty of useful wooden pathways. It's quite enchanting, even ignoring the Tolkien connection.