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Other Walking Routes

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. 2 walks (3½ and 6½ miles) in the woodlands between Redbrook and Bigsweir.
  • 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 7 mile walk starting from St Briavels Castle.
  • Cinderford Town Trail. A 3 mile discovery walk around Cinderford.
  • Lydney Town Heritage walk. 1.8 miles on good paths and pavements that bring the history of the town to life.
  • Discover the Lancaut Peninsular. 6 mile walk starting from Chepstow Castle.
  • The Bream Heritage Walk. A National Lottery Heritage funded 6.5 mile walk around the villages of Bream and Whitecroft and the hamlets of Saunders Green and Brockhollands. It can be walked in one go in 3-4 hours but can also be walked in shorter sections.

Monmouthshire

  • Caldicot: Castles and Countryside. Walks around, in and near Caldicot including the castle.
  • 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.
  • Rogiet and the Railways. 2 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Three Castles Walk is a circular route about 19 miles through an undulating landscape of wooded hillsides and hidden valleys in North East Monmouthshire.
  • 8 walks from the centre of Monmouth published by Monmouth Walkers are Welcome.

Walks in Herefordshire

  • Circular Walks. Including Capler Loop. 2 miles; Hoarwithy. 4½ miles; John Kyrle Walk. 3 miles in and around Ross-on-Wye; Leys Hill. 2 miles around Walford, near Ross-on-Wye.
  • Peregrine Path. A cycle route from Monmouth to Goodrich including a 3½ mile off-road section near Symonds Yat suitable for walkers
  • Coppett Hill. 6 miles starting from Goodrich Castle.
  • Wye Valley AONB walks.
  • Other short walks.

 



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