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13 Mystical Forests That Are Still Unexplored And Untouched

13 Mystical Forests That Are Still Unexplored And Untouched
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There are a lot of forests which you want to visit but the forests mentioned here have their own beauty and you'll never come across such mystic beauty in any forest. Each of the forests mentioned below has its own specialty.

Here below is a compilation of 13 mystic forests which you should travel to.

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1. Black Forest, Germany

1. Black Forest, Germany

The Black Forest of Germany is known as the home of myths and legends. The Black Forest conjures an image of horror and fairytales but there's nothing to fear because this area in the southwestern Germany is filled with beautiful images and miles of gorgeous hiking trails.

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2. Hallerbos, Belgium

2. Hallerbos, Belgium
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Every spring season, the floor of the Hallerbos forest is covered in bluebells which give it a blue-violet carpet that makes travelers feel as if they are walking through a fairytale.

3. Rata Forest, New Zealand

3. Rata Forest, New Zealand
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The Rata is a type of tree in New Zealand. This forest is situated on the Enderby island and is filled with gnarled tree trunks and branches. This forest is known for its hiking trails on the island itself.

4. Crooked forest, Poland

4. Crooked forest, Poland
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The Crooked Forest is located just outside Nowe Czarnowo in Poland and till this day no one knows why the trees are curved in the same shape. It is assumed that 400 pine trees were planted here in 1930 to produce naturally curved timber for boats but till this day the forest remains a mystery.

5. Goblin forest, New Zealand

5. Goblin forest, New Zealand
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The name speaks for itself because the Goblin Forest is truly unique and you've never seen anything like this before. The stretch of land is so misty and prone to rainfall that the trees are blanketed in green moss all the time which gives it the "goblin" glow.

6. Stanton Moor, UK

6. Stanton Moor, UK
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This beautiful forest is located in Stanton Moor in northern England, which is also a home to an uncultivated upland with mysterious Bronze Age stone circles and stones.

7. Moss Swamp, Romania

7. Moss Swamp, Romania
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This mysterious moss swamp in Romania is the most mystic place you'll ever come across. Romania is full of gorgeous mountains and forests so it's worth a visit though you might have to do some searching for this mysterious place.

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8. The sea of trees, Japan

8. The sea of trees, Japan
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The sea of trees or the Aokigahara forest lies at the foot of Mt. Fuji in Japan and is known as the sea of trees because of its vast area and mysterious landscapes. It's a very dense forest and it shuts out all external noises. It's very easy to get lost here, so hikers place their own tapes on trees.

9. Otzarreta Forest, Spain

9. Otzarreta Forest, Spain
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The Otzarreta forest is located in the Basque Country in Spain. The ancient trees of this forest are mixed with the foggy atmosphere give this forest a mystical air. The weird trees of this forest deserve a place on the list of the weirdest trees on earth.

10. Hoia-Baciu Forest, Romania

10. Hoia-Baciu Forest, Romania
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This forest is considered one of the most haunted forests in the world and is sometimes referred as the "Bermuda Triangle of Transylvania". People have also claimed the sightings of UFOs and ghosts near the woods. Legends say that there is a particular circle in the forest which attracts paranormal activity.

11. Chinese Hemlock Trail, Taiwan

11. Chinese Hemlock Trail, Taiwan
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This trail is a part of the National Forest Recreation area in Taiwan and may look creepy on the outside but it's a quite short hike although it may seem a bit tough due to altitude and steepness of the path.

12. Tsingy Forest, Madagascar

12. Tsingy Forest, Madagascar
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The Tsingy Forest of Madagascar is known as the forest of knives.This forest is covered with sharp limestone rocks which rise almost up to 70 meters in the air. It is also one of the most dangerous parks which you can visit.

13. Nagoya Forest, Japan

13. Nagoya Forest, Japan
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The image you see above is not photoshopped, the luminous and glowing light you see is emitted from fireflies and insects of the forest. The fireflies create a magical illusion which is breathtaking. The chemically produced light can be yellow, green, and red.

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