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THE PICTURESQUE WYE VALLEY

Ross-on-Wye is known as the 'Gateway to the Wye Valley' and the picturesque Wye Valley route between Ross and Chepstow via Monmouth passes through the villages of Redbrook, Brockweir, Llandogo and Tintern and is a particularly pretty route to travel at any time of year. There are plenty of places of both scenic and historic interest to see and visit along the way, such as the beautiful villages of Symonds Yat, the east and west sides of which are connected by rope pulled ferry. Visitors to the area can explore caves at the Doward or visit Yat Rock and Garway Hill, both of which afford stunning views over several counties.

Up stream from Ross (67 miles by river but less than 40 by road), and great for a day visit, Hay Bluff towers high above the Wye Valley town of Hay-on-Wye and in that same area, the nearby Neolithic burial chamber, Arthur's Stone is well worth a visit.

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Whether travelling by road or partly by river, along the way between Ross-on-Wye and Tintern you can visit castles such as those at, Wilton, Goodrich, St Briavels, White Castle and Skenfrith Castle, and other ancient places such as Tintern Abbey or Harold's Stones and the Virtuous Well at Trellech.

Canoeing is a popular way to travel on the River Wye and canoes can be hired, either in Ross-on-Wye or at Symonds Yat. Or why not stop off at Symonds Yat East for a cream tea before taking a short river cruise?


Foy Bridge.

Between Hole in the wall and Fawley.

Wilton Castle, Ross-on-Wye.

Kerne Bridge at Goodrich.

Goodrich Castle.

The view from Symonds Yat Rock.

View from the Seven Sisters at the Doward.

'ER' - trees at the Doward, planted for the coronation of HM Queen Elizabeth II.

Tintern Abbey.

Tintern Abbey.

The River Wye at Tintern.

Raglan Castle.
St. Mary's Parish Church, Ross-on-Wye.  

Canoeing and kayaking on the River Wye is a popular local activity, mainly during the summer months but it is also an all year round activity for the more hardy and adventurous. You can either use your own craft or canoes can be hired to make the journey, which you may like to take a few days to complete, camping along the route. You can, of course, do only part of the journey, hiring a canoe for a day or part day....

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