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

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Midweek Walks

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

To Ragged Stone and up and over Chase End Hill then following the valley through to British Camp. Up to Herefordshire Beacon before taking the Three Choirs Way back to Hollybush. The exact route may be varied subject to conditions underfoot and/or the weather. NB: NOTE EARLIER START TIME

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 7.4 mile moderate walk.

Walk down to Cannop ponds and back via Speech House Lake and Mallards Pike

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

We descend the valley to Lewstone with its cider press, continuing to the pretty village of Ganarew. Ascend the ridge towards Welsh Newton Common, descending to Welsh Newton and its historic church returning to Llangrove by means of the old Monmouth road.

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

Be on good behaviour near the school - we leave them to learn has we head for May Hill via Ley Park, Little London and Dursley Cross.

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 10.5 mile moderate walk.

This walk will be an opportunity to escape from our usual mud, and maybe see aspects of the city you haven't seen before. A red deer park, street art, naval history, the merchants' quarter, Cathedral, wonderful views from the top of Cabot tower, a walk through colourful houses, the Observatory and Suspension Bridge.

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 6.5 mile moderate walk.

Walking down along the ponds over Bradley Hill to Blakeney Hill, over to Two Bridges, returning by Foundry wood

Weekend Walks

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

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 4.5 mile moderate walk.

The ramble to Blaize Bailey and return before it's dark.

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

Meadows, ancient woodland, streams, bridges and stiles on this early spring walk with some of the iconic 'Three Castles' mixed in.

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 10.5 mile moderate walk.

Walk along the Wysis Way up and over the Wilderness then we leave the way at Steam Mills and loop all the way to Longhope picking up the Way at the Nags Head to face the climb up and over heart break hill (a bit north east of it). Completing the circuit by walking back into Mitcheldean.

 

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Corse Hartpury Rudford Churcham before following the Severn to Tidenham