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forestofdeanWalks with Forest of Dean ramblers (GR02) www.fodramblers.org.uk

If you’re not yet a member you’re welcome to try a few walks with us for free.
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Midweek Walks

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 5.8 mile moderate walk.

Walk to Bredon Hill, ascend hill, and walk around the top, taking in Parson's Folly. Hopefully good views to the Black Mountains.

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 10.0 mile moderate walk.

Joining coast path by second Severn Bridge walk to Rogiet, up through Slade Wood to Caerwent returning along cycle route 4.

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 6.0 mile moderate walk.

A Forest walk with 3 course Christmas Dinner at 12.30pm prepared by the catering students. To book a place, please give a deposit of £10 to Pete Robbins or Jackie Huck by November 1st, balance payable December 1st. Cost around £17 including tip. Menu available on walks or ring 07455257262 Vegetarian option

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 7.0 mile moderate walk.

A walk to Stony Green and Yorkley. Cake optional.

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 8.0 mile moderate walk.

A wonderful autumn walk above the Wye Valley forests through meadows and woodland with panoramic views over the rivers Wye and Severn. Slightly undulating but no steep climbs. NOTE EARLIER TIME AS DAYLIGHT LIMITED

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 8.0 mile leisurely walk.

A ramble from the past taking St.Anthony's Well and Heywood plantation.

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 5.5 mile moderate walk.

Start the New Year with an easy ramble in search of the Cube.

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 8.5 mile moderate walk.

Pen Hill, Selsley Common and Woodchester Park, with its unfinished 19th century mansion. Joint walk with Ian (01594 860904).

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 9.0 mile easy walk.

This is a walk in wildlife reserves and nearby, including the "Sweet Trail" a Neolithic track. You may see egrets and marsh harriers and if you are lucky some shyer residents. If the weather is OK we will extend the walk for up to a mile to see the starlings (hopefully) murmurating. Headtorches. No dogs.

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 8.0 mile moderate walk.

Walking the old railway lines on the Linear Park, past the brickworks and site of proposed New College development, following forest tracks to Beechenhurst then wending our way back to the car park.

Weekend Walks

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 8.5 mile moderate walk.

From the tiny Herefordshire village of Fownhope, we will walk to one of the most impressive iron age settlements of around 500BC, scenic views, ancient churches and valley meadows.

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 8.0 mile moderate walk.

Walk to Little Malvern Priory, then on to the lower slopes of the Malvern Hills to the Wyche Cutting, the golf course, Malvern Common and back to the Nature reserve.

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 6.4 mile moderate walk.

A morning ramble around the forest taking in Cannop Ponds and Cyril Hart's arboretum, followed by cheesy chips at the Rising Sun Moseley Green.

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 8.0 mile moderate walk.

A wander through woodland nature reserves and lots of caves so bring a head torch if you want to explore. There will be some new rocky view points and perhaps a short stretch of the River Wye.

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 8.0 mile moderate walk.

Walk the whole of the Beechenhurst Trail.

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 8.0 mile moderate walk.

Walk down Common Grove, below Coldwell Rocks, around to Symonds Yat East. Up to Log Cabin and toilets and back along above Coldwell Rocks to car park.

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 8.0 mile moderate walk.

Ascent to the Kymin, through Highmeadow Woods to the Staunton stones, and return through Upper Redbrook. Joint walk with Maurice (01594 835371).

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 8.0 mile moderate walk.

A ramble from Coleford in search of Cannop Ponds.

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 8.5 mile moderate walk.

From Lydney's main car park around Lydney taking in the Saw Mill and Docks.

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 10.0 mile strenuous walk.

Starting over fields and along canal tow path before our ascent to the summit of Tor-y-Foel. Picking up the tramway above Talybont Reservoir before taking the Usk Valley Walk, then back to Llangynidr along the canal. Lovely views weather permitting. In adverse weather a lower route following the Beacons Way

 

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Corse Hartpury Rudford Churcham before following the Severn to Tidenham