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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 moderate walk.

Coberley, Upper Coberley, Hartley Hill, Leckhampton Hill,,

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 17.0 mile strenuous walk.

The classic walk ascending Table Mountain then Pen Cerrig Calch. We then follow the rim of the valley over Pen Allt Mawr, Pen Twyn Glas, Mynydd Llysiau, Waun Fach, Pen y Gadair Fawr and Crug Mawr before descending back to Llanbedr.

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

Parking at canal centre free car park. Walking through Mescoed Mawr, Craig-y-Wenalit, to Pant-yr -Eos reservoir, back along the canal from Risca. Some lane walking.

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 7.6 mile easy walk.

a walk across to Linear Park and back following paths shown to me by mountain bikers

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 12.0 mile strenuous walk.

Starting from Machen we head up hill to join the Sirhowy Valley Walk and then the Rhymney Valley Ridgeway Walk. Our final ascent is to Mynydd Machen and then a nice long descent.

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

A circular walk up and through Penyard Park and then on to Weston-Under-Penyard and Rudhall and back to Ross.

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 10.2 mile moderate walk.

Penallt Old Church, Lydart Wood, Mitcheltroy Common, Cae'r Llan, Glanau and return around the South side of Penallt

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 9.3 mile moderate walk.

A circuit of a large loop in the River Wye with ancient villages, churches and wooded banks, following parts of Wye Valley Walk and Herefordshire trail.

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

To Mallards Pike passed Danby Lodge then making our way to Bradley Hill via Blakeney Greenway, dropping to Furness Bottom then up to Viney Woodside before crossing fields (fine views across the Estuary weather permitting) on our way back to Oldcroft. One gradual and one (shortish) steep ascent.

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

Gurnos Tramroad, Taf Fechan Nature Reserve, Pontsarn, and Morlais Hill; includes two viaducts and the oldest cast-iron railway bridge in the world. Joint walk with Maurice (01594 531096).

Weekend Walks

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

Firstly taking the Gloucestershire Way towards Drybrook Road then proceeding to pick up the Wysis Way above Speculation and proceed along it to Carters Piece return via Sculpture Trail.

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

Colwall, Coddington, Vineyard & Wellington Heath. Return Frith Wood, Berrington Wood & Oyster Hill. Part of Herefordshire Trail.

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 11.5 mile strenuous walk.

The classic exhilarating circuit north of Llanthony. We begin by ascending to the Offa's Dyke path over Loxidge tump and then head northwest on the ridge, eventually descending to Capel y Ffin. We then ascend steeply for a while followed by a more gently climb to Bal Mawr, before heading back to Llanthony.

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

From Bourton to Lower Slaughter, Upper Slaughter and Naunton,,Leader. 01594826805,Mobile 07826167718

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

Rural Monmouthshire at its best, through farmland and orchards for far reaching views, some parts of Offas Dyke, Whitecastle (bring Cadw card if you have one) Llantillio's historic church plus the largest cider orchard in the EU (Whoops).

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

Leisurely climb at own pace to summit of Fan Fawr (peak overlooking Pen y Fan), then undulating off-path across to the Beacons Way and the Taff Trail. Fabulous views and acsent and descent at a relaxed pace! Will change to a low level forest walk in the area IF high winds or inclement weather.

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

We begin at the Diving Centre, head across to Wintour's Leap, and then beneath the cliffs to the Lancaut Penisula - where you can still see some of the medicinal plants grown by monks for a Leper colony. ,Dogs, as well as humans, may have problems crossing the stretch of large boulders (but it's fun!)

Join the Forest of Dean group for a 12.0 mile moderate walk.

Follow the Grwyne Fawr valley skirting the foot of the Sugar Loaf before ascending via Cwm Bwch. Sustained climb to the top of Sugar Loaf, taken at a pace to suit all, back via woods and country lanes.

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

Walk through woodland, along old railway lines, fields and country roads.

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

Left at Lion Inn towards Maryland , along Greenway Lane, right onto Beacon Road and car park 100 yards on left. Wonderful views, ancient woodlands, Cleddon Falls, forest streams and standing stones.

 

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Corse Hartpury Rudford Churcham before following the Severn to Tidenham