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Rainsbarrow Wood

Pollarded Lime tree. Rainsbarrow woodRainsbarrow Wood is owned by the Forestry Commission and occupies an area of 50 hectares. It is situated near the hamlet of Ulpha within the south west part of the Lake District National Park. It forms part of an extensive, predominantly broadleaf valley which stretches along the slopes adjacent to the River Duddon. This woodland is Ancient Semi Natural in character and part of it is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest.

This page provides access to the Forest Design Plan for Rainsbarrow which is the Forestry Commission's core planning document. This plan was consulted on and approved in June 2010.

The Forestry Commission is keen to receive feedback about the proposals laid out in this plan. If you would like to make any comments please email Nigel Williams.

Documents are available as Adobe Acrobat files. If printing to a different paper size to the one shown in brackets please remember that any maps will not be to scale.

Last updated: 28th August 2017

England's Woods and Forests are cared for by Forest Enterprise England, an agency of the Forestry Commission.