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Viewpoint/Beauty Spot:The Skirrid Mountaintop (Skirrid Fawr) at Skirrid Fawr Car Park

Viewpoint/Beauty Spot

Skirrid

Skirrid

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Address

Monmouthshire Countryside,
PO Box 106,
Caldicot,
Monmouthshire,
NP26 9AN

Contact

National Trust

Details

Enjoy stunning views over Monmouthshire and Abergavenny from the Skirrid Fawr (Big Skirrid), following a 2 hour (4 mile) circular route from the National Trust car park. Part of the Brecon Beacons National Park, the Skirrid is also known as 'Holy Mountain' due to its old Medieval Church of St. Michael's on its summit.

Directions

See location of Skirrid Fawr Car Park on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

Map reference: SO 329164  Lat: 51.84240 Long: -2.97522

Parking: with charge

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