Wye Valley View - Local Attractions - Walking

Walking

We are situated on the Wye’s scenic Peregrine Path; great for gentle strolls. For example, take an easy circular walk on both sides of the river using the rope bridge at Biblins and the hand drawn ferry. A small diversion takes you to the famous Yat Rock from which one may view the nesting sites of the Peregrine Falcon. Stunning scenery and flourishing wildlife can be enjoyed at a leisurely pace as well as the opportunity to pause en route for refreshment and food. The hand drawn ferries will transport you and your bikes.

We also have access to the beautiful wooded hillside walks of the Great Doward hill with King Arthur’s and other caves, iron age hill fort and archaeological features such as abandoned lime kilns. As part of the ancient Royal Forest of Dean we enjoy an abundance of unspoilt woodland and wildlife. We provide maps e.g. OS Outdoor Leisure 14 and relevant information on a variety of walks to our guests. We are proud of offering useful facilities such as boot scraping/wash down etc….even umbrellas!

See our 'Walkers Welcome' section

Useful Walking Links

www.wyevalleywalk.org
www.fodramblers.org.uk
www.ftg.org.uk
www.sustrans.org.uk/assets/files/leaflets/peregrinepath.pdf

Beautiful cottage with superb view. Had a wonderful week, excellent location for walking. Would recommend Biblins walk and the view from Symonds Yat Rock.