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Walking Route:5 St Arvans Roundabout at St Arvans Memorial Hall

Walking Route, free entry

The River Wye and the Severn beyond

The River Wye and the Severn beyond

5 St Arvans Roundabout

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A466, St Arvans,
NP16 6DN


Matthew Lewis


A 5.4 mile hilly walk around the community of St Arvans north of Chepstow.

On leaving the village the route travels south through the woodlands of the picturesque old Piercefield Estate before joining the Wye Valley Walk and heading north to Lower Wyndcliffe Wood. At this point the path follows the route of the 365 steps up to the Eagle’s Nest. Now high above the river the path crosses open farmland to Penterry Church and Gaer Hill before descending along a country lane back to St. Arvans. Points of interest include the Giant’s Cave, the Eagle’s Nest, Penterry Church and Gaer Hill.

Please see PDF below for route map.

Walk Route: St. Arvans - Piercefield - Wyndcliffe - Penterry - Wye Valley Walk - St. Arvans

Access: At least 365 steps

Duration: 3 - 3.5 hours

Miles: 5

Time/Effort 4 out of 5
Navigation 2 out of 5
Technicality 3 out of 5
Height gain/loss (metres) 335
OS map OS Explorer 1:25 000 Sheet OL14 Wye Valley & Forest of Dean
Toilets No public toilets
Refreshments Village shop and the Piercefield pub in St. Arvans Village


Free entry


See location of St Arvans Memorial Hall on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

Map reference: ST 518964  Lat: 51.66507 Long: -2.69713

Parking: free

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