Ninewells wood (SO505035) is towards the top of Trellech Ridge in the county of Monmouthshire, and is classified as "semi-natural ancient woodland", although much of it is was harvested and replanted with conifer trees during the 1960's. MAP
The wood is part of the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and adjoining the Cleddon Bog, which is a Site of Special Scientific Interest SSSI.
It is home to a large diversity of flora and fauna, and we are attempting to collect this data, see Ecology.
The woodland is enjoyed by locals, visitors and holiday makers, whether by walking, cycling or horse riding.