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This is just one of over 200 reserves and wildlife hot-spots featured on the Nature of Dorset. Find out where this site is, what it is like and what you can see there below.
An intriging mix of hazel coppice, ancient woodland, conifer plantation and private woodland for pheasant rearing!
|Name of Location||Ashmore Wood|
|Highlights||Bluebells and spring flowers|
|Diversity||Low (50-100 species)|
|OS Map Reference||ST905189|
|Steep Slopes||This is undualting terain and you can encounter some steep climbs in places||
Escarpments and downland are often left unfarmed and so have a diversity of plant life and become designated as nature reserves to protect those species that are present. Steep slopes in such environments can be a struggle to climb and the risk of falling will always be present and special care is needed.
This map shows the location of the reserve (purple marker) and access points to the reserve (yellow markers). You can use the Google map controls to zoom in get a more detailed idea of where it is and where to park. If you click on a marker more information about directions, sat nav co-ordinates and parking will display.