Harry Potter Tree – (Goblet of Fire movie), Ashridge Forest, UK
This gigantic pollarded beech tree was featured in the Harry Potter ‘Goblet of Fire’ film. It is the largest, most magnificient and oldest tree in this 5000 acre forest.
Details: Ashridge offers particularly splendid autumn views of very ancient, pollarded beech trees in the Frithsden Beeches area. Another great place is ‘Lady’s Walk’ – between Berkhamsted Common and Thunderdell Wood – off the B4506 towards Woodyard Cottages.
Location: The National Trust’s Ashridge Forest visitors centre is located at Moneybury Hill, Ringshall, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, HP4 1LT, England, UK. Visitors centre UK Map references: OSGB36 SP978125
This photo was taken in the Frithsden Beeches area. The geo co-ordinate machine tags attached to this picture give the location of this area. However, you will need to do some exploring to find the exact location of this particular tree. Enjoy!
Links: More details about Ashridge Park and Woodlands are available from the National Trust website.
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