Ashridge Park, Hertfordshire, UK 

The ancient woodlands in Ashridge Park offer spectacular walks on a November  afternoon when the low sun lights up the golden hues of the autumn foliage

The park covers an area of over 2000 hectares (about 5000 acres) and spans the borders of the counties of Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire. It is located on a chalk ridge of the Chiltern Hills.

Details:  Ashridge offers particularly splendid autumn views of very ancient, pollarded  beech trees in the Frithsden Beeches area. Another great place is 'Lady's Walk' - between Berkhamsted Common and Thunderdell Wood - off the B4506 towards Woodyard Cottages. 

Location: The National Trust’s Ashridge Park visitors centre is located at Moneybury Hill, Ringshall, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, HP4 1LT, England, UK. 

UK Map references: OSGB36 SP978125 

Links:  More details about  Ashridge Park and Woodlands are available from  the  National Trust  website. 


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