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Stourhead, Wiltshire

Some gardens are all about effectiveness. Built in the 18th century near Bath, Stourhead is a Palladia ideal of magnificent landscapes of temples, caves and stupidity. But explore beyond oak and fiery beech trees, and experience a wild feel and rich fall fruit on this National Trust estate, including rosehips and crab apples. nationaltrust.org.uk

Winkworth Arboretum, Surrey

British native trees look pretty enough, but they are American imports that offer the extreme reds and golds we associate with fall. So, in the 18th and 19th centuries, tree collectors searched the world for more exotic species. This arboretum near Godalming was specially designed by founder Wilfred Fox to look best in the fall. It boasts Japanese, American, Norwegian maple, hickory, Tupelo, and kid’s favorite katsura, and the leaves smell of toffee. nationaltrust.org.uk

Rutland Water Photo: Peter Packer/Alamy

Due to all its man-made origins, Rutland Water, in the smallest county in England, is a renowned nature reserve and the perfect place to see the changing seasons. The complete loop is a 24 mile walk, but there are also smaller trails, including wheelchair accessible routes on the south coast. Enjoy the picturesque fall scenery of the Normanton Church soaring with water, oak and maroni trees, and all kinds of wild birds flying for winter. anglianwaterparks.co.uk

Clent Hills, Worcestershire

The perfect place to see fall foliage, Clent Hills is easily accessible from Birmingham by train or bus. Enjoy views of the lush meadows, forests and Black Mountains of Wales. There is also the possibility to see late blackberries, bilberries and deer in the woodlands. nationaltrust.org.uk

Lackford Lakes, Suffolk Photo: Kumar Sriskandan/Alamy

This nature reserve near Bury St Edmunds is a tranquil spot for a walk, especially when migratory birds start to arrive, including migratory birds and guards. Their winter home covers 131 hectares, including a reed pond and a variety of trails, including the 3.2-mile East Lake Promenade. Enjoy the lowland landscape and the large East Anglian skies in a very reserved reserve. suffolkwildlifetrust.org

Brockenhurst, Hampshire

Free roaming pigs follow their leaves every time in search of acorns and fungi, and New Forest feels like a different world in the fall. The village of Brockenhurst has an oak-focused forest walkway with stunning scenery shining in fiery reds and oranges, soft yellows and greens. thenewforest.co.uk

Queenswood Country Park, Herefordshire

Often favored and overlooked between Hereford and Leominster, this 18-hectare arboretum exceeds its weight in color. There are over 40 different types of oak trees, California cedars, and a collection of Japanese maple trees that turn red and orange riots when temperatures start to drop. Admission is free if there is no car. queenswoodandbodenhamlake.org

Skipton Castle Woods, Yorkshire Photo: Alamy

The 12th-century castle in the heart of this affluent town is still privately owned, but the land behind it is maintained by the Woodland Trust. It marks the start of the 100-mile Lady Anne Way walk to Penrith and leads to Leeds & Liverpool Canal, but the forest should be flavorful. There are two miles of paths (with many steps) through lush woodlands of moss, ferns, and fungi and tumbling streams. skiptoncastle.co.uk

Loch Lomond, Dunbartonshire

Glasgow’s most beautiful fall hideout is easily accessible without a car. It takes less than an hour by train to Balloch in Loch Lomond. Joining John Muir Way will take you to Gouk Hill and Ben Bowie with wide-angle views of the lake’s native woodland. Amazing spreads of gold and tan can be found in ancient forests and glens. johnmuirway.org

Rivington Terraced Gardens, Lancashire Photo: Michael Rawsterne/Alamy

The 1920s soap tycoon Sir Lever Hulme decided to create an Asian-inspired garden near Bolton filled with Japanese lakes, pagodas, arched walkways, and Romanesque bridges. Rivington Wood is perfect for fall expeditions with its richly colored canopy and deep carpet of fallen leaves. visitnorthwest.com

Grizedale, Cumbria

Covering approximately 25 km2, Grizeale is the perfect place to enjoy an autumn walk overlooking the mountains and lakes on pristine trails stretched through copper-colored beech trees. Head to the top of the Silurian Way and Carbon Crag. forestryengland.uk

West Dean, Sussex

If you love nature feels surreal, head to West Dean, where the last owner, Edward James, was a patron of several Surrealist artists, including Ren Magritte. One of his legacy is the landscape where woodlands, including tulip trees with yellow gold leaves, blend with strange fiberglass trees. There are a variety of trails near Chichester at the foot of the South Downs. westdean.org.uk

Sutton Bank, North Yorkshire Photo: Richard Burdon/Alamy

Confident in Yorkshire, James Herriot called Sutton Bank near Thrisk the hills of North Yorks National Park the best sight in England. This is especially spectacular in the fall, especially if you head there late as the sun starts to set. It’s an active walk, but when you climb to the top, it offers excellent views across the Mowbray and York Valleys.northyorkmoors.org.uk

Golitha Falls, Cornwall

With hazel, moss, and beech trees, this ancient forest is one of Bodmin Moor’s best-known beauty spots, with a series of stunning waterfalls and cascades flowing in between. Fall perfectly showcases the beauty of Golitha Falls, and if you’re lucky, you can even see otters. foresttrust.org.uk

Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire

In the fall of Hardwick, with its vast orchards, you’ll see crab apples that ripen late even after the season is over. The slopes remain on the mountain fence until November. There are several trails around the property, including visiting the surrounding villages, mixing leafy woodlands and open countryside. nationaltrust.org.uk

Plas Power Woods, Denbighshire Photo: Damian Waters/Alamy

The best place to see autumn leaves with a river theme. It removes conifers and other non-native trees from these trees, allowing them to breathe along the orange, iron-rich rivers that pass through the native species Plas Power. The idyllic combination of waterfalls, golden ferns, sycamores, and beech trees make this place an autumn landscape to be tasted. foresttrust.org.uk

Tentsmuir, pipe

Heading from the mouth of the Tay River to the North Sea, Tentsmuir Forest offers a fascinating combination of sand dunes and forests. This time of year, when the mornings are clear and sunny, you can witness pine cones and beech berries fill the trees and the forest’s favorite inhabitants, a colony of red squirrels. nature.scot

Alderley Edge, Cheshire

Lush scenery easily accessible from Manchester by public transport. This National Trust land, away from the football player’s mansion, contains an ancient mine and was planted in the mid-18th century. Head to the top of the Edge to see Cheshire stretch out to the Peak District. nationaltrust.org.uk

Ness, Every and Burntollet, Northern Ireland

With ancient woodlands, gorges and stunning waterfalls, where moss and ferns fall, this nature reserve is the perfect fall destination. The vast oak and ash trees, fungi and moss all add to its appeal, but along with the conservation work, the Woodland Trust has begun planting new native trees, including aged and wild cherries, to maintain its appeal. nidirect.gov.uk

Wakehurst Place, Sussex Photo: Keith Mayhew / REX

With over 200 hectares of world vegetation in the heart of Sussex, it is a lesser-known home country outpost. It is easy to reach by public transport (there is a bus from Haywards Heath Train Station) and you can immerse yourself in the atmospheric woodlands here. Coates Wood migrates to Australia and New Zealand, home to ocher bark, silver leaves, eucalyptus, woolemi pine and southern beech. The world of one garden theme continues in Himalayan and South American gardens as well. kew.org

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