Chepstow Walking Festival

Chepstow Walking Festival

Overview

The Lower Wye Valley is stunning throughout the year, but particularly so in Spring when the bluebells are in full bloom and surely there is no better introduction to its landscape and heritage than to join one of the many walks on offer during the annual Chepstow Walking Festival!

Firmly established on the walker's calendar, the festival brings something new to those who live locally or are visitors to the area. By joining a walk led by an experienced walk leader, a landscape that you thought of as familiar will be rediscovered. Whether you are a seasoned walker or just enjoy a short walk there should be something to suit.

24th - 28th April 2019

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Chepstow Walking Festival

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Lat/Lng: 51.738112, -2.640796

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