Ness and Every woods, which are connected provide a good but gentle walking experience - more an afternoon out with the kids or the dog that anything more taxing. The odd thing about the place is that there is hardly anyone there. The linked woods follow valley/glade through which flows the Ness river, with a couple of impressive waterfalls. I understand that the idea is to eventually irradicate the non-indigenous species of and trees (goodbye Rhodadendroms). There are a number of picnic tables throughout and a variety of paths althyough I have only rarely seen either in use.
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