There's no better place to visit in autumn other than Padley Gorge. Step over the wooden bridge into the land where fairies, sprites, elves and hobbits live!
The gorge is a gem of a place with an ambundance of colours. Yellows, oranges and reds and some green hanging in there.
It is understandable that it's a popular place for walkers and also other photographers. It's a wonderful place for children to explore as well. You can keep coming back time after time and still see something different.
After the bridge, we turned left and walked by the river before going through a gate to visit the money tree.
If you insert a coin in the magic money tree, it is supposed to bring you good luck.
All I can say, is that there must have been quite a few people walking through the wood with hammers!
We entered the spot of the gnarley looking trees. I can imagine it is as creepy as hell in the night, when all of them come alive!!
Depending on when you visit, it can get quite muddy, so it's best to have some good walking boots on. It was a perfect walking day today though.
It would be lovely walking through the gorge with a light sprinkling of snow on the ground. The only issue would be, worrying about getting stuck there! We don't do very well in the UK. A bit of snow and everything comes to a standstill!