Woodlands for Wellbeing

Our interactive map is a guide to the public access and private woodlands that we have worked in across Wales, or woodlands that run health, wellbeing, and education programmes independently to Coed Lleol. These are well-loved sites that have provided a wide range of benefits to all who have used them.  
Explore the exciting range of woodlands available in your area, find a new spot to enjoy nature or get inspired to plan your own session!  
The map is simple to use, scroll through and click on a tree symbol to reveal the location of any site, types of activities that can or have been run there, and the facilities available. As you zoom in, any toilets, bus stops or train stations in the vicinity will also become visible.   

We are keen to expand this map to include other woodlands that are suitable for health and wellbeing or community activities. If you would like your site to be included and to join our growing network, please contact our Woodland Team at [email protected] who will aim to do a woodland assessment with you. 

Woodlands marked on this map provide no guarantee that the sites are suitable for woodland wellbeing activities. Permissions need to be sought from the woodland owner prior to organised use and activity providers must undertake their own due diligence. For more information, please contact our Social Forestry and Wellbeing Regional Co-ordinators:

North Wales – [email protected] 
Mid and West Wales - [email protected] 
South Wales - [email protected]  

Alternatively, explore the woodlands own webpage linked through the associated pop-up information box.