6 Mystical Forests That You Must Explore

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Exploring a forest can be a very intimidating task. However, those who love and seek adventures, it can be one of the most challenging things to do. We have compiled a  list of some of the most mystic forests in the world which you must explore with your friends.

 

Hallerbos

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Situated in Belgium, this is one of the most mystic forests in the world. Every spring season, the floor of this forest is covered in Bluebells. This gives the forest, a blue-violet carpet. Sounds much like a scene from a fairytale! Hallerbos is also called ‘The Blue Forest’ for this very reason.  It is a perfect hiking area and stretches for over 552 hectares.

 

The Black Forest

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Situated in Germany, the name of this forest is associated with too many myths and legends. The forest abounds in gorgeous hiking trails. It is an aesthetically beautiful forest and all the adventure lovers must visit it at least once in their lifetime. The name of the forest itself may project an image of horror and fear in the minds of people but there is nothing to fear.

 

Crooked Forestcrooked-forest

It is one of the most mind-boggling forests which has been discovered to date. It is situated in Poland. It has been assumed that around 400 pine trees were planted here in the year 1930 for making timber boats but no one knows the reason behind the curved shape of the trees in this forest. The shape of all the trees is somewhat like an inverted question mark.

 

Goblin Forest

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Situated in New Zealand, it is one of the most astonishing forests to be ever discovered by people. The stretch of the land is so sultry and prone to rainfall that all the trees are enveloped in green moss. This green moss gives the trees a ‘goblin’ glow which is highly unusual and spooky. We can ensure you that you would have never seen anything like this before.

 

Stanton Moor

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It is a beautiful forest situated in northern England. It is the storehouse of uncultivated land. The forest also abounds in Bronze Age stones and circles. On a foggy morning, the beauty of this forest is amplified. It is an amazing place with an awe-inspiring history that you can touch with your fingers.

 

The Sea of Trees

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This forest is also known by the name Aokigahara Forests. It lies at the foot of Mt. Fuji in Japan. The forest has a very mysterious landscape. The area of Aokigahara is vast and it is very easy to lose your path here. It is very dense and it shuts out all the external noises. You will hardly find any tree with leaves on its branches. It seems that most of the vegetation was destroyed by an inferno but that is actually not the case. It is the natural greyish-black and brown layout of the forest which makes it a very mystic place to visit.

This list of the mystic forests is not exhaustive. You can also explore Otzarreta Forest in Spain, Hoisa Baciu Forest in Romania,