Puzzlewood, in the Forest of Dean, is like no other woodland around. With its knarled trees, twisting pathways and canyons of collapsed caves, it’s a like something out of a fairy tale or many popular television shows.
As wonderful as the caves are, what I love most about Puzzlewood is the wild wood itself, and the many fences scattered throughout the wood to guide visitors around and give you a myriad of pathways to explore. It reminds me a lot of the many woods I used to play in as a kid, most of which have been cleared and replaced with industrial estates and business parks. I grew up in a town, but it never felt as concrete and as urban as what kids today are growing up in. If you can prise them away from their X-Boxes long enough to notice, that is …
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