Dundridge Woodland

Dundridge Woodland

Hannah Welsh

A wooded valley that connects Dundridge Park and Conham Vale in the east of Bristol, this is the perfect start to a longer walk along the river. Start by exploring the steeply sided slopes, where bluebells emerge in spring and old trees provide homes to all sorts of birds, bats and badgers. At the bottom of the valley a pond has been created by the local volunteer group, now home to frogs, damselflies and a host of other aquatic invertebrates.

Location: Dundrige Woodland is part of Dundridge Park, which lies in the Eastern border of St George, 3km due east of the city centre.

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