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Welcome to Autumn in Monmouthshire

With long walks and cosy suppers, we love this time of year in Monmouthshire. When the trees burst with colour and the air gets cold & crisp, it's the perfect time to explore the county, see our wildlife & try out what we're known best for - our food and drink. And while summer may be officially over, there's still plenty to see and do. See our What's On page for full details of our seasonal events programme, from countryside walks to medieval festivals.

Take in the spectacular autumn colours in the Wye Valley and along the Mon & Brec canal, or keep an eye out for otters on the Usk and Wye rivers at dawn and dusk. The Wye Valley offers some of the most beautiful scenery in Wales along the course of one of Britain's cleanest rivers, alive with salmon and trout. And the Mon & Brec canal is a beautiful and peaceful waterway, a haven for wildlife and a favourite with nature-lovers.

If you prefer walk with others who know the county like the back of their hands, join one of our guided walks.

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