There is wonderful variety across the New Forest which is one of the largest remaining tracts of unenclosed pasture land, heath land and forest in Southern England.
There are towering Redwood in Rhinefield, including the two tallest trees in the forest. The redwood was introduced around 1860 so relatively young compared to their US counterparts.
Streams thread their way throughout the forest, sometimes in dense wood and other times across open spaces.
Open heath gives way to oaks which fill the sheltered valley