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Southwold (Yate) Group

We are the Southwold (Yate) Ramblers. We open the way for everyone in our local community to enjoy the pleasures of walking.

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Join the Ramblers and enjoy

  • unlimited free access to 50,000 Ramblers group walks
  • a library jam-packed with thousands of tried-and-tested routes
  • a welcome pack teeming with top tips plus our quarterly Walk magazine
  • exclusive discounts from our partners
  • knowing your support is opening up more places to walk and helping more people discover the joy of walking

Overview

A delightful and historical walk taking in the old village of Trellech with its ancient well and Harold’s stones. We also visit the Archaeological dig which Trellech was once the largest mediaeval city in Wales. We also pass Cheddon Hall and the spectacular Cleddon water fall .

 

Sunday, 28 April 2024
Start time:
10:30 am
Estimated finish time:
2:30 pm
Difficulty:
Leisurely
Distance:
9.7km / 6.0mi
Ascent:
N/A
Type:
circular

 

PLEASE NOTE THE ORIGINAL WALK HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO TOM HAVING A AACCIDENT. THIS WALK REPLACES THAT WALK.

 

 

 

 

Features

  • Car parking available

Starting point

Grid reference:
SO 51494 03832
Nearest postcode:
NP25 4PW
what3words:
bridge.third.pranced
Start time:
10:30 am

Park and start at Ninewells car park near the village of Cleddon. Meet at 10.15 for a 10.30 start. Directions. Take the Wye Valley Road to Tintern. Go through the village until you see the Wye Valley hotel in front of you on the left. Turn immediately left In front of the hotel onto the Trellech Road. Continue on this road for about 2 and a half miles. Turn left as a T-junction. In about one and a half miles car park is on your left.

Join the Ramblers and enjoy

  • unlimited free access to 50,000 Ramblers group walks
  • a library jam-packed with thousands of tried-and-tested routes
  • a welcome pack teeming with top tips plus our quarterly Walk magazine
  • exclusive discounts from our partners
  • knowing your support is opening up more places to walk and helping more people discover the joy of walking