An oak and birch woodland with bilberry glades providing welcome refuge to a variety of wildlife
One of few remaining areas of upland oak woodland, with moorland.
An area of majestic ancient ash woodland above the River Wye, part of a string of nature reserves along the Monsal Trail in the Wye Valley.
One of the largest oakwoods in the area with an abundance of bird species and rich with the scent of bluebells in the spring.
Dramatic scenery created by steep valley sides and exposed rock faces - it's a great place to see woodland wild flowers including bluebells and orchids.
Derbyshire's very own 'Hollywood'! - A pretty woodland with a fine display of springtime bluebells.
One of few remaining examples of upland oakwood in the Peak District - it also has areas of heather moorland – a great place to look for lichens, woodland birds and mountain hares. Off the beaten…
At the end of June 2012 Derbyshire Wildlife Trust was gifted Lea Wood by the local community Lea Wood Trust.
A beautiful semi-natural ancient woodland in the Lower Derwent Valley near…
The narrow belt of woodland and acid grassland glade is a glorious carpet of bluebells
in spring and as summer approaches it bursts with birdsong.
This mix of grassland and wetland provides refuges for many species, including water voles and harvest mice.