Weave in and out of the tree canopy at Westonbirt


Venture into Westonbirt Arboretum’s trees in new Treetop Walkway and see the English countryside at its verdant best

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The national arboretum, managed by the Forestry Commission, sits on the edge of the market town of Tetbury in the Cotswolds around 25 miles from Bristol city centre. It is known for being a riot of colour in autumn and spring. Due to open in Spring 2016, the brand new Treetop Walkway will follow a serpentine route through the trees 13.5 metres above the ground in places. The Treetop Walkway will give visitors a taste of the dark intimacy and soaring views that can come from weaving in and out of the tree canopy. It will also provide a fun and hands-on way for visitors to learn more about trees.

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SRural escapes Westonbirt Arboretum © Paul Groom Forestry Commission
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