Walks

Brecon Beacons

Walks around the Brecon Beacons

Town Walks

Town Walks: Fully explore and appreciate the towns of the Vale of Usk with the following walks:

Caerleon Heritage Trail

Abergavenny ‘Trails and Tales’: A family walk around Abergavenny.

Raglan Local Walks: Three circular walks in and around the village of Raglan, from 1.5m to 3.5m.  This features the walks beside our farm, being Llangovan Circular walk and 2 Llandenny walks.  Print your own maps from the website.

Usk Walks: Twenty-one walks in and around the town of Usk, from 2 miles to 14 miles.

Circle of legends

The Circle of Legends: At Tintern Old Station you’ll find six lifesize sculptures representing mythical or historical characters from Monmouthshire’s past. Each has a trail attached which enables you to explore the legends and the countryside that inspired them. The walks are of varying length (not always short!) and are as follows:

Geoffrey: 1.75 mile walk around Monmouth. Suitable for all ages & disabilities.

Offa: Strenuous 5 mile walk around Tintern and the Wye Valley.

12 Easy Walks in the Wye Valley & Forest of Dean: A dozen specially developed short walks suitable for anyone who wants to explore the Wye Valley between at a gentle pace. Several of these are based in, or very close to, Monmouthshire – download the route guides here:

Wye Valley Heritage Walks: Three loops off the Wye Valley with particular focus on history & heritage.

The Angidy Trail: 5 Mile Circular Walk along Tintern’s Angidy Valley.

Picturesque Piercefield: 6 Mile Walk through Piercefield Park, near Chepstow.

Wordsworth Walk: 3 Mile Circular Walk around Llandogo.

Tread & Trot Trails: The following three walks are designed for walkers, cyclists and horse riders.

Tintern Hidden Histories: 11 mile walk (or trot, or cycle!) around Tintern & the Angiddy Valley

Dingestow Discoveries: 5.5 mile walk/cycle/horse-ride around Rural Monmouthshire near Monmouth.

Whitestone, Whitebrook & the Wye: 14 ½ mile walk/cycle/horse-ride around the scenic Wye Valley.

(Tread and Trot  www.treadandtrottrails.co.uk )