Wye Valley Walk

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The Wye Valley Walk [1] is a long distance footpath in Wales and England following the course of the River Wye [2].


The whole route now that it has been extended runs for 136 miles [3].

The route

Traditionally running from the river's mouth at Chepstow in Monmouthshire, to Rhayader via Newtown, Presteigne and Builth Wells, a total of 112 miles (181 km) long. The route has now been extended to start or finish in Coed Hafren having passed within viewing distance of the source of the river on the at the source of the river Wye on Plynlimon mountain near Aberystwyth, a total of 136miles.

The route passes through Chepstow [4], the Wye Valley AONB, Tintern [5], Monmouth, Ross-on-Wye [6], Symonds Yat, Hereford [7], Hay-on-Wye, Builth Wells [8], Rhayader, Llangurug to Plynlimon.

It follows the border [9] between Wales and England and permits a greater insight into the differences and similarities between the scenery [10], history, language and culture of both.

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