This is a wonderful location in which to spend a couple of hours if you have any interest in the natural world and the environment. I've visited on several occasions, and in very varied weather, with friends and visitors. There are interlocking circular walks that you can adapt from half an hour two two or three hours, and varied places to stop and view along the way - including woodland bird hides, open water and secluded ponds. The site itself sits on the top of a deceptively high ridge, with commanding views in all directions. There is a useful information centre staffed by enthusiastic and knowledgable volunteers.
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