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Explore Tylers Wood
(Average user rating: 5 unrated 5/5)

Hazel cobs. Thames Chase Community ForestTake a gentle stroll with your dog around this lightly wooded hillside or just sit, contemplate, relax and enjoy the views.

From the top of Tylers grassland hilltop you can see right across Docklands to the City, with its distinctive ‘Gherkin’ and on into the West End.

With links direct to Tylers Common and a bridleway bridge across the M25, Tylers Wood is a small, but important part of the Thames Chase Community Forest jigsaw.

To download a map of Tylers Wood please click here.

What do other visitors say?

Bridle way no 286 along side nags head lane is dangerous and in places impassable. Riders are getting injured as well as horses and valuable tack damaged. This has been over grown for some time and needs urgent attention before serious injury

Anonymous, 11/May/2016

I will pass your comments onto Havering Council who are responsible for management of the bridleway. The bridleway on Nags Head Lane is not managed by the Forestry Commission. Scott, Community Ranger

Forestry Commission Response
5 Stars 5 Stars

It would be nice to see a bin here and may stay rubbish free as a lot of cars leve their rubbish on the floor ps I did mean tylers wood near m25 thanks

dale, 6/Jul/2014
5 Stars 5 Stars

Wonderful walk, shame so many people feel its ok to drop their rubbish as they go around. Amazing views from the top so surprised on how far you can see

Sue Shepherd, 18/May/2014

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Last updated: 10th August 2016

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  • Cycling
  • Horse riding
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  • Walking


OS Grid ref: TQ574 905
Postcode: RM14 1TR

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