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Our 2007-08 Supporter WoodlandDescription:
Chapel Fell is a new native woodland situated above Malham Tarn. The site covers 3 hectares and contains 3,000 trees. Tree species include Ash, Hazel, Sessile Oak, Rowan, Downy Birch, Holly, Hawthorn, Bird Cherry, Elder and Juniper. The trees have been individually protected with tree guards to prevent rabbit damage.Access:
Chapel Fell woodland starts opposite the entrance to the Malham Tarn Field Study Centre and is adjacent to the public road leading to Arncliffe. There is limited parking available on the road side approximately ½ mile below the entrance to the Field Centre.
PLEASE NOTE: The woodland is situated on private land - perimeter access only is allowed.Grid Reference
: SD 886675