One of my favourite woods- Wistmans Wood, an ancient woodland of miniature oak trees and clitter, Dartmoor, Devon, England.
Hadrian's Wall, England...constructed in 122 AD to mark the northern border of the Roman Empire in Britain, the wall stretched across the width of Great Britain just south of the present day border with Scotland.
Dark Hedges, Ireland - A fantasy-like avenue of beech trees, the Dark Hedges was planted in the century by the Stuart family to impress visitors upon the entrance of their home. The road is known to be haunted by the Grey Lady, who appears at dusk.
Wistman’s Woods, Devon This high altitude woods rest in Dartmoor and forms one of the highest oaklands in the whole of the country. The enchanting setting was how it got it’s name, with Wistman’s translating to the dialect word for pixie-led or eerie.