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Gunnersbury Triangle is a place where birds, small mammals and invertebrates take advantage of the sheltered birch and willow. The natural walkways guide the visitors around this calm area. Note that, for the most part, these paths are somewhat accessible. There are some stairs (not...More
For such a small area of natural woodland Gunnersbury Triangle attracts a wide range of flora and fauna. The 2.5 hectares of habitat is a watering hole for two types of woodpecker and blackcaps. Besides the birdlife, it's here you can spot half a dozen...More
We visited the Gunnersbury Triangle with our 6 year old twin grandchildren. They had a lovely time.
It is just beside Chiswick Park tube station in Bollo Lane and is not large. It is run by the London Wildlife Trust and the office is a...More
I love this place, been visiting for years , first with my daddy and now with my daughter. my claim to fame is that I actually got lost in this tiny piece of wilderness .
I recommend visiting if you want to just put on...More
i come here once a year for a fungus foray directed by an eminent mycologist who clearly loves what he does and is great at enthusing others. It is just my cup of tea to scamble in and out of brambles looking for interesting fungi....More
Heaven corner. I like to think that nobody know this park except me. The triangle is not very big, not very beautiful, not very amazing, and that's why I love this place. There's nobody around, it's free, the district line is very close. Relaxing place,...More
Being a big fan of Gunnersbury Triangle I thought I would take this opportunity to sing its praises.
Just a few metres from Chiswick Park District Line station and a couple of hundred from Chiswick High Road, sits this gem of a place. The site...More