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The Wyre Forest Centre and its surrounding woodlands is a fantastic place to enjoy the fresh air so why not explore the Wyre on two wheels along the family mountain bike trail which is 4.75 miles distance or make your own routes. For the family trail follow the forestry blue cycle markers this route takes you down forest tracks through a varied woodland landscape where you get to see old oaks and giant Douglas fir trees through the nature reserve and along the disused railway line.


This takes you through a variety of woodlands and you descend on to the old railway line before taking a steady climb back to the visitor centre.


How to get  there

Three miles west of Bewdley on the A456. Follow brown Forestry Commission signs from Kidderminster. Look out for the Forestry Commission "Wyre Forest Visitors Centre" and you're sure to find Wyre Forest.

The nearest main train station is Kidderminster. Though if you take the Severn Valley Steam train you can get off closer in Bewdley.

Bus routes 192/292 operate between Birmingham and Ludlow.

Other Facilities 


Go Ape in one of Britain's largest remaining ancient forests, and take in the sights and smells of the nature that surrounds the course. 

You’ll be up in the dense canopies on this high ropes course. With both a Treetop Challenge and a Treetop Adventure, Wyre is ideal for both thrill seekers after their next rush, and families just looking for a great day out. Both courses are high with some great obstacles and fast zips.
See their webpage here

Take in the friendly and welcoming atmosphere of the forest cafe and enjoy delicious and wholesome homemade hot dishes, snacks, cakes and sandwiches.
See their facebook page here



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