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Walk Details

On this page you will links to details of walks that can be freely downloaded from the Internet in addition to our own Easy Walks.

Forest of Dean

  • English Bicknor. 3 miles. A mixture of riverside and woodland
  • Lancaut Loop. Sheer limestone cliffs, dramatic views, ruins and a scramble across boulders and along narrow ledges by a river drop. Not for the faint hearted. 5½ miles near Chepstow
  • Redbrook. Two walks (3½ and 6½ miles) in the woodlands between Redbrook and Bigsweir
  • The Bixslade Tramroad. A three mile walk through a tree lined valley in which can be found most aspects of Forest of Dean Industrial History, joined together by the route of the Bixslade Tramroad
  • The Poets Path Walk.  A circular walk of 8 miles from Dymock, taking in places of interest associated with the Dymock poets; Abercrombie, Brooke, Drinkwater, Gibson, Thomas & Frost.
  • The Daffodil Way.  A circular walk of 10 miles from Dymock through the wild daffodil country within the Windcross parishes in north-west Gloucestershire. Offers a wealth of woods & orchards, ponds & streams, meadows & fields.
  • Around St Briavels.  A seven mile walk strating from St Briavels Castle.
  • Cinderford Town Trail.  A 3 mile discovery walk around Cinderford.
  • Heart of the Forest wildlife walk.
  • Tidenham wildlife walk


  • Buckholt Woods. 5½ miles near Monmouth
  • Caldicot: Castles and Countryside. 4 walks around Caldicot from 1¼ to 3¾ miles
  • Magor & Undy: Monks and Marshes. 3 miles near Magor
  • Penallt Pubs. A moderately easy walk of 3½ miles from Redbrook starting along the river, but rising into the wooded hills around Penallt
  • Peregrine Path. A cycle route from Monmouth to Goodrich including a 3½ mile off-road section near Symonds Yat suitable for walkers
  • Rogiet and the Railways. Two circular walks near Chepstow
  • Tintern to Penterry. A 5 mile walk around Tintern
  • Whitecastle. Circular walks of 2¼ and 1¾ Miles around Whitecastle (Grid reference SO380166) Walk through superb scenery of rolling hills, a patchwork of fields, hedges and woodland filled with birds and wild flowers
  • The Circles of Legends Walks. Six walks throughout Monmouthshire linked with the Circle of Legend sculptures at Tintern Old Station. Each walk is named after a historical or mythological Welsh character
  • Walks around Mitchel Troy. Five different walks around the village of Mitchel Troy
  • Raglan Local Ways. Four different walks in the Raglan area
  • Walks from Chepstow.  Chepstow was the first Walkers are Welcome town in Monmouthshire.
  • Puddingstone and Pubs    A  3 mile circuar walk uncovering Penallt's hidden millstone industry.
  • Picturesque Piercefield    A 6 mile walk following in the footsteps of the Wye Tourists to discover the picturesque viewpoints of Peircefield Park and the Wye Valley Walk from Chepstow though to Eagle's Nest.
  • Wordsworth Walk  A 3 mile circular walk through riverside meadows climbing in the footstes of William Wordshworth to the Bread and Cheese viewpoint and Cleddon Shoots waterfall.
  • The Angidy Trail   A 5 mile circular walk to discover Tintern's hidden industry with furnace, forge ans wireworks, worker's cottages, limekilns, tidal dock and church
  • 8 walks in Llanbadoc area, near Usk
  • In the shadow of White Castle. A five mile walk across fields, tracks and lanes starting at Llantilio Crossenny.
  • In the shadow of St. Teilo's spire. A circular walk beside the river Trothy, across fields and meadows, along country lanes and through rolling cider orchards starting at Tal-y-coed, Llantilio Crossenny.

Walks in Herefordshire

The following routes in Monmouthshire are suitable for walkers, bikes or horseback.


Peter Dean has a large collection of routes, some with a description on his website.

Further details on our walking page