Tintern - Offa's Dyke - Devil's Pulpit - Brockweir - Tintern

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The walk follows the riverbank for a while and after a good climb, follows Offa's Dyke Path along some of the best specimens of the dyke in the south. There are good views of Tintern Abbey from Offa's Dyke along the way.

England - South West England - Gloucestershire - Wye Valley

Features

Ancient Monument, Birds, Butterflies, Flowers, Gift Shop, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Pub, Public Transport, River, Toilets, Waterfall, Wildlife, Woodland
07/05/2015 - Sue Hinde

Did this walk very dog friendly. Climb to devils pulpit steep but gradual. After walk went into The Anchor pub for lunch which is also dog friendly.

07/05/2015 - Sue Hinde

Did this walk very dog friendly. Climb to devils pulpit steep but gradual. After walk went into The Anchor pub for lunch which is also dog friendly.

21/08/2012 - Jeanette Potter

Did this walk 14th August 2012 on a cloudy but very warm day. We only met 3 other people on the whole walk. One lady was researching the walk for a local group of people who like to get out and about to keep fit. I recommended Walkingworld, I think she will join. Beautiful walk, fantastic views from the Devil's Pulpit over Tintern. The trees have been cleared and good footpaths installed around this bit of the walk. Very clear directions and the rerouting of the Offa's Dyke path are very clear. Jeanette and Richard Potter accompanied by Max the cocker spaniel

19/08/2011 - Walkingworld Administrator

Thank you to Michael Corfield for correcting a couple of our waymark positions. We now hope the GPS download will not cause any further ocnfusion. Chris, Admin.

13/08/2011 - Michael Corfield

A reasonable walk but about 90% of it is in woodland, which gets a little frustrating when you have reached a height for some excellent views which are undoubtedly there... but can't be seen. To be fair the view of Tintern Abbey from Devil's Pulpit is stunning but if it's busy you may have to queue for it ! In our view the best place for a picnic is when you finally leave the woodland overlooking the descent down to Brockweir (SO 54680 01053). The instructions are very clear and accurate.

08/11/2004 - Pat Roberts

Part of the offa's Dyke path has been closed due to danger from erosion. The diversion is well signed and should not affect the directions. The photo on WP04 is wrong but will do as one tree looks much as another.

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