forest bathe courses currently run in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire. The Forest of Dean has over 27,000 acres of mixed woodland that’s open to the public, providing rich opportunities for forest bathing.
Carina has carefully selected ‘nests’ in the outdoors, within beautiful woodland settings; called ‘nests’ because they are safe spaces. They are as inclusive and accessible as possible, with access to shelter and facilities if needed. No two ‘nests’ are the same, each one has its own distinctive woodland character. All are welcoming!
The Wilderness Centre
Forest bathers will meet at The Widerness Centre car park (free parking).
Facilities: fire pit, disabled parking and toilets. Toilets are 200m from the parking and also from the woods. On returning to the site it is necessary to go up a gradually sloping tarmac driveway. The woodland paths are made up of well trodden natural forest tracks and are on flat ground.