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The top 20 Attractions around Bothamsall

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    Sherwood Pines Trail Centre

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Trail centre featuring a cafe, toilets, visitor centre, bike shop and Go Ape!

    Check out more at forestryengland.uk/sherwood-pines/cycling-and-mountain-biking-trails-sherwood-pines

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    Major Oak

    Hiking Highlight

    Located in the heart of Sherwood Forest, this oak is said to have been the shelter of Robin Hood and his merry men. Voted 'England's Tree of the Year' in …

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    Daniela
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    Old railway path

    Bike Touring Highlight (Segment)

    Nice and flat and reasonably well surfaced ex railway line now dedicated for cycling, horses and walkers. There are a selection of different seats made of old railway sleepers.
    The path crosses over the Trent on a long, old viaduct.

    Tip by
    smokey57
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    National Trust Clumber Park

    Road Cycling Highlight

    I would definitely recommend this to anyone exploring the Nottinghamshire area. Clumber Park was home to the Dukes of Newcastle for over three centuries and was once part of the …

    Tip by
    Jake
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    Visitors Centre for the Sherwood Forest National Nature Reserve.
    Parking and amenities for walks through the 37 acres (15 ha) of public access forestland surrounding the Major Oak. Be aware that parking is not free.

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    Roger
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    Clumber Park

    Road Cycling Highlight

    Quiet tree lined roads, gravel paths, lakeside views and a visitor centre with a child’s play area nationaltrust.org.uk/clumber-park

    Tip by
    Gene
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    Sherwood Forest

    Bike Touring Highlight

    Sherwood Forest is a wonderful woodland famous for its links to folkloric hero, Robin Hood. The most famous resident of Sherwood Forest these days is the iconic Major Oak, an …

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    The Ford at Clumber

    Bike Touring Highlight

    Ford bridge has collapsed and is closed (4th Sept 20). Ford is too slippy for cycling and I know someone who attempted this came off with serious injury.

    Tip by
    Zippy
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    Archway house a must to look at.

    Mountain Biking Highlight

    Archway House is a grade 2 listed building set in acres of private woodland in a quiet and secluded location. It is worth a look at but it is rented …

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    Clumber Park

    Bike Touring Highlight

    There are several routes around here varying in distances. They are well marked and are well paved as well.

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    Drinking Pit Lane

    Bike Touring Highlight (Segment)

    Part of the Robin Hood Way, this bridleway links Creswell Crags to Clumber Park. This waymarked route is composed of mixture of surfaces and the tree lined-section directly into Clumber …

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    Gene
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    Route 6 between Clumber and Worksop

    Bike Touring Highlight (Segment)

    With gorgeous gravel trails, picturesque canal towpaths, fragrant forest roads, Route 6 is a pleasure to ride at all times of year. This section between Clumber Park and Worksop is a particular treat.

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    The Ornamental Bridge

    Hiking Highlight

    Grade 1 listed bridge thought to have been built in the 1760s.

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    Net
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    A Gothic revival style chapel. Designed by George Fredrick Bodley. Building work started in 1886 and was completed in 1889

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    Net
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    15

    handy little kiosk for hot and cold drinks and a piece of cake with toilets.

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    troghalls
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    Edwinstowe

    Hiking Highlight

    The historic village at the heart of all things Sherwood Forest, Edwinstowe is an ideal base if you are planning on rambling in the footsteps of some famous merry men. …

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    17

    English longhorn cows

    Hiking Highlight

    A real delight to see. The English Longhorn originated from the northern counties of England, it was used as a draught animal and its milk was used for butter and …

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    Net
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    This former Cistercian abbey, originally founded in 1148 by Gilbert de Gaunt, has today been wonderfully restored to its more recent incarnation as a fine Elizabethan house. Amenities include a …

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    19

    Lime Tree Avenue

    Hiking Highlight

    Lime Tree Avenue is a 3-mile (5 km) long drive lined with double rows of lime trees, the longest of its kind in Europe. Almost 1,300 lime trees run alongside …

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    Watch cars going through the ford as you enjoy a decent coffee at the back cafe, which is much quieter than the main one and you won't have to push …

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    emmie c

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