Cadira Beeches - Wentwood - Cadira Beeches

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This walk can be enjoyed in all seasons. In spring there are plenty of wildflowers and birds. In high summer it is refreshing under the trees and there is a great variety of mosses and ferns to be seen. In autumn there are many species of fungus to be found under both the evergreen and deciduous trees. In winter the trees give protection from the weather and the views are even better without the canopy of leaves to get in the way. Resident in Wentwood are ravens, buzzards and crossbills, as well as all the more common wild birds.

Wales - South Wales - Monmouthshire - Countryside


Birds, Butterflies, Flowers, Great Views, Play Area, Wildlife, Woodland
8/15/2017 - Michael John Davies

This is an excellent walk for a dog-off the lead almost the entire time in the woodland.There are some cracking views at the beginning but the views mentioned point 17 have now disappeared because of tree growth. The paths were very muddy after a wet summer, so in winter they could be very tricky, but the views may be better with less foliage! The path and stile at point 12 are well hidden to the side of what is no longer a brick shed but quite a substantial building-don't do what we did and go up a later path or you'll enjoy a fabulous view for lunch at the top of a field but then have to re-trace your steps.The path at point 7 no longer goes across a piece of open ground but into an area of trees. At point 16 we ran into a closure for forestry work which meant improvising to get across to the next ride-hopefully that doesn't happen too often but is a hazard of woodland walking.All in all a very good walk on a lovely summer day.

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