Category: Weasenham Woods

What do we do with all this Wood from the New Wood?

by ExTREEme Admin

The New Woods at Weasenham

ExTREEme adventure high ropes course and army-style assault course are set in the magnificent “New Wood” part of Weasenham Woods. We’ve previously covered some of the history behind the New Wood and explained some of the woodland management at ExTREEme Adventure, but what do we do with all this wood? The wood is a mixture… Read more »

The Oldest Example of Continuous Cover Forestry in Britain

by ExTREEme Admin

Continuous cover forestry at The New Wood, Weasenham

It is hoped that many of the trees in the New Wood part of Weasenham Woods will go on for another 100 – 150 years. When you see them, imagine what they will look like in that time span? They will not all make it. Some will succumb to fungus or gales or be taken… Read more »

The History behind the New Wood at ExTREEme Adventure

by ExTREEme Admin

The New Wood, Weasenham

The New Wood part of the Weasenham Woods is where our ExTREEme Adventure high ropes course and activity centre is located. The New wood has been actively managed by the Coke family for over 100 years. Two hundred and fifty years ago there were scattered clumps of Oak and Scots Pine. Over the next 150… Read more »