Forrest Recreation ground this winter.

During the colder months you may dread going out and about, worried you’ll freeze to death if you do, however you can find some amazing spots to go for a walk in Nottingham to embrace this winter weather.

I’ve complied a list of four of the best walks to go on in Nottingham this winter time.

Perfect for a long walk, with beautiful scenery and fresh air, is the Arboretum in Nottingham.

The Arboretum is icy, yet sunny this Winter.

Home to animals such as squirrels and birds, the arboretum is a lovely walk with friends.

With huge trees and nature all around you, you’ll be left feeling happy and refreshed by the end of your walk.

Forest Recreation Ground is another long walk, it’s very icy at the moment so it can be lethal so beware.

They have lovely benches and a football field, so you can watch or play, dependant on how sporty you’re feeling that day.

Forest Recreation Ground is very icy this winter so be careful!

Wollaton hall is an honourable mention; not only did they film Batman ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ there in 2011, the massive manor house is breath-taking.

Wollaton Hall and Deer Park in Nottingham with it’s incredible deer.

You can make the walk as long or as short as you’d like.

Within the enormous grounds you can find deer, which are an incredible sight to see.

Their café serves amazing hot chocolates, making for a great day out for anyone.

Wollaton Hall and Deer Park’s café serves delicious hot chocolates.

Venturing a bit further out from the bustling city of Nottingham, is the Attenborough Nature Reserve.

Making for one of the most stunning walks you could imagine, the nature reserve has an array of different paths you can take.

A magnificent picture of the nature reserve. Credit for image; Jack Waddle.

The sights are one of a kind.

With a café, you can stop for a drink along the way or use one of their picnic benches if you brought your own food with you.

So, will you be making the most out of this cold weather and going on one of these wonderful walks?