Tintern - the Old Station -Brockweir - Caswell Wood - Tintern

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This walk will take longer than the time specified if you visit the many craft shops and the visitor centre. It is possible to shorten the walk to 2.5 miles with no height gain other than the steps up to the Old Station.

Wales - South Wales - Monmouthshire - Wye Valley

Features

Ancient Monument, Birds, Butterflies, Cafe, Church, Flowers, Food Shop, Gift Shop, Great Views, Play Area, Public Transport, Restaurant, River, Tea Shop, Toilets, Wildlife, Woodland
05/09/2016 - Michael Burmester

1.Point 4. There is now no pinch stile just a gap. 2. Point 5. Stephen M's point is critical. To continue along the river bank is dangerous and virtually impossible. Fork left and uphill just past the impromptu cricket square and up to a gap in the hedge where you find the stile. 3. Point 5 (end) the metal posts have been replaced by a wooden barrier.

05/09/2016 - Michael Burmester

1.Point 4. There is now no pinch stile just a gap. 2. Point 5. Stephen M's point is critical. To continue along the river bank is dangerous and virtually impossible. Fork left and uphill just past the impromptu cricket square and up to a gap in the hedge where you find the stile. 3. Point 5 (end) the metal posts have been replaced by a wooden barrier.

12/01/2015 - Stephen Paul Monaghan

A reasonable walk once you leave the main road through Tintern (no alternative route, unfortunately). As we did the walk in January, there was some mud around; this would be a good route in summer. Our GPS measured the distance as 3.3 miles, which, as we only took 1 hour 11 minutes, would seem about right. One navigational issue at Point 5: the path from the stile near the church goes straight on in the field, parallel with the river. You then need to turn left in the middle of the meadow to get to the stile - don't follow the worn route to the end of the field!

16/02/2012 - Stephanie Bonser

16/02/2012 - Stephanie Bonser

This is an extremely dog friendly walk with two stiles that larger dogs can easily navigate.

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