The Derbyshire woodland is brought to life with interesting carvings of seeds and leaf formations bringing a tactile dimension to your daily dog walk.

I find something new here every time I walk through the trees. The sculptures remind me to stop and take a moment to really view the woodland. Grin Low has a deep history from the 16th – 19th Century of lime stone quarrying. The first trees were introduced back in to the landscape by the Duke of Devonshire in 1820. The summit and open pasture stand 437m (1,434ft) above sea level.

Find out more about Grin Low Woods and Poole’s Cavern see what’s happening this season here
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