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Ten hectares of natural woodlands It is designated as a Local Nature Reserve and Site of Metropolitan Importance for Nature Conservation. With the adjacent Dulwich Wood, Sydenham Hill Wood is the largest extant tract of the ancient Great North Wood. It is easy to get...More
Sydenham Hill Wood and Dulwich Wood run into one another. They are the last vestiges of the Great North Wood which once stretched from Camberwell to Croydon. A walk here at any time of year is a pleasure but particularly during the flowering of the...More
Lovely patch of woodland for a nature walk with a child. There are some signs and maps up but didn't find them very helpful. Instead we chose to zig-zag randomly along whichever paths looked interesting.
The shortest route from my location to any of my required destinations was through these woods! It was a lovely walk however i would advise against relying too heavily on google maps for navigation! Go explore and if you get lost- there is always a...More
Pleasant jog up Cox's Walk - a little steep in places but part of the fun! You cross the old railway line closed in the 1950s on a footbridge where Camille Pissarro did his famous painting of Lordship Lane station. You can easily have a...More
Sydenham hill woods, also known locally as Dulwich woods. The location of which lies to the west side of Lordship Lane SE London. Access is via Cox's walk. opposite a once grand Public house The Grove Tavern, now sadly closed. This is the last stand...More