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Travel: Autumn Britain

10 of the best places to see Britain’s Autumn colours

By Sharron Livingston

From late September and throughout October it’s all about fiery reds and golden yellows of turning leaves. Here are 5 places to enjoy Britain’s Autumn Colours.

Lake in Faskally Wood

Summer may be loosing its bloom but as it does so Autumn brings it’s own natural palette to Britain’s forests, arboretums, parks and gardens.

From late September and throughout October it’s all abut fiery reds, golden yellows and rich burgundies of turning leaves. Here are ten places to relax and enjoy Britain’s autumnal beauty at its best.

1. Faskally Wood, Perthshire, Scotland
Perthshire is known as big tree country, with around 25 species of tree including Scots pine, silver birch, hazel, ash and oak. While it’s a beautiful place to visit year-round,

Faskally Wood really delivers the goods when it comes to autumnal displays. Created as a “model forest” in the 19th century, it’s full of beautiful specimens which are pointed out on the guided trail-blaze walk in October.

Lime Avenue

2. Lime Avenue at Marbury Country Park, Cheshire, north-west England
Instagram at the ready! Capture the blonde autumn tints of magnificently symmetrical Lime Avenue – a legacy of Marbury Country Park‘s former grand estate days. The park is in the heart of Northwich Community Woodlands, which is part of the Mersey Forest.

 

 

For the full article by Sharron Livingston visit: http://www.thetravelmagazine.net/10-of-the-best-places-to-see-britains-autumn-colours.html 

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