A walk in Hagg Wood – 19 April 2020

A walk through Hagg Wood to view the magnificent display of bluebells. The route out was by Hagg Lane public footpath entrance and then returning along the Route 66 (Public Bridleway) to Intake Lane.

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Unfortunately pictures do not reflect the full beauty of the area. You need to visit in person to appreciate the vista.

 

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The Stone Road looking south
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The Main Ride looking north east
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The Main Ride looking south west 
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Keepers Way path heading south east
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Styron Way 
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Exit from Styron Way 
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Route 66 heading out to Stamford Bridge

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Under the blossom on Route 66

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The police sign on the damaged Public Footpath signs at the end of Intake Lane  is there to warn people who have travelled by car – not locals who have walked. It does not mean that Hagg Wood is closed or out of bounds. There is no rule that says you cannot walk in Hagg Wood every day if you wish.

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