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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

Monmouthshire

'Chepstow lies on the border of Wales and England and is an ideal base for walking in Monmouthshire, the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean. With such a diverse landscape there is everything to offer th ...
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'There is a walk to suit everyone, led by informative friendly walk leaders who will give you a taster of some of the very best walks in the area. Some of our walks finish at local attractions such ...
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'Llanbadoc Community Council owns and manages 3 areas of woodland (commons) in Glascoed: Twyn y Cryn, Pantau Bushes and Jenny’s Bushes.These beautiful woodlands are open to the public and ...
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Download PDFs from the Website:  [1] Tintern Old Station - - - : [2] Black Rock Picnic Site, Portskewett - - - : [3] Caldicot Castle and Country Park - - - : [4] Castle Meadows, Abergavenny - - - : ...
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'We have so many great walks to choose from around Abergavenny it's no wonder so many of our guests are keen walkers. Choose from easy strolls and moderately vigorous walks (maybe with a pub lunch ...
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'Use public footpaths to wander off the beaten track and you'll soon discover some of the area's lesser known beauty spots, the wildlife, and evidence of the area's rich cultural and industrial her ...
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[1] Blue Plaque Trail - - - : [2] The Charcoal Industry of Fforest Coalpit & the Grwyne Fawr Valley - - - : [3] Guided Walks - - - : [4] Ceramic & stone plaques - - - : [5] QR History point ...
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'It is a strenuous walk with plenty of ascents and descents. Parts of the route across open moorland can be difficult to navigate in poor weather - this and the isolation of these sections can make ...
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'There are six separate pamphlets, each with clear instructions, historical information, a detailed map and drawings of relevant buildings of interest, flowers and ...
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'The most popular route is the Town Centre Trail, whilst the one most suited to the less energetic is the Riverside Trail. All routes start and finish at the Castle Car Park and t ...
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'Mainly on field and woodland paths the Gloucestershire Way undulates for 100 miles through the distinctive areas of the Forest of Dean, Severn Vale and Cotswold, taking a theme of "Forest ...
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10 Walks Around Grosmont  'All walks start at the Castle. Be advised that in wet weather many of these walks require wellies. And in the summer some stiles become tangled in greenery and s ...
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'The walk uses paths which have been selected to provide a special blend of quietness, interesting features and a variety of scenery and terrain. The mixed farming encountered on the first half of ...
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'For each walk you can download the two page guide which includes a map of the route and brief details about the walk and any points of interest. Along the route stickers showing the walk number ar ...
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'It's a Challenge Walk based in Abergavenny whereby we set a series of checkpoints which entrants have to pass through using their own navigation skills to select the best route between th ...
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'Experience the great outdoors and explore the hundreds of miles of mountain bike and cycle tracks, footpaths and trails - providing more than enough adventure for a weekend ... We have plenty of c ...
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'The route is waymarked, but we recommend that you plan your route with an OS map (other quality maps are available!). You should also be able to pick up a copy of the route from one of the tourist ...
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'Usk is an attractive small town located by the river of the same name in Monmouthshire, South Wales, UK. It has more than its fair share of pubs, restaurants, cafes and antique shops and is a favo ...
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Highlights 'Chepstow Castle; ‘Picturesque’ walkways and viewpoints; among the most important woodlands in Europe; Tintern Abbey; Yat Rock viewpoint; Goodrich Castle; Capler Camp hillfort; ...
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'The Wye Valley is relatively unspoilt, unknown and unvisited – and I love it. This site is my attempt to share some of my favourite walks with you, not just the map and directions, but th ...
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'The Wysis Way starts at Monmouth, where Offa's Dyke crosses the River Wye and heads east across a tract of the Forest of Dean and the Leadon Vale to Gloucester, which fully validates the ...
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