Chepstow - Offa's Dyke Path - Sedbury - Chepstow

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Although this walk has a height gain of 200 metres, it seems mainly flat. The walk starts in Chepstow and the town and castle are both worth a visit. The walk takes you out to Sedbury Cliffs and back another way.

The walk is varied; it passes through housing estates as well as fields. Part of the walk is on the Gloucestershire Way and some on Offa's Dyke Path. There is plenty to do and see at Sedbury Cliffs if you have the time to spare.

Wales - South Wales - Monmouthshire - Wye Valley


Ancient Monument, Birds, Butterflies, Castle, Flowers, Great Views, Public Transport, River, Toilets, Wildlife
9/13/2011 - Walkingworld Admin

Our thanks to Pat Roberts for her update and new photos for this walk. September 2011. Adrian (Admin)

3/31/2011 - Stephen Abbott

Walked this on 25/03/2011. No problems until waypoint 14. "Just after the bridge take the footpath on the right. Follow the left hedge / fence, walking on a wide path used by horses. Keep to this track round a fairly large field; theroad is near, on the left of you. When you reach the start of the next field, see a fencestart on your right and in the hedge on your left, a gate or gap which leads onto the road." The "wide path used by horses" is a local horse trainer's private all-weather gallop. Please avoid this. Instead keep to the right hand side of the field. When you reach the start of the next field there is a stile to your left leading on to the main road (almost concealed by the hedge).

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