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The route follows open fields initially from Dingestow Church along the valley of the River Trothy for 2km. It then leaves the valley floor and follows fields and lanes in a loop back towards Dingestow Court before, once again dropping to the valley to follow a tributary of the River Trothy back to Dingestow.
Points of interest include the Trothy Valley, Dingestow Church and the remains of Dingestow Castle (which is free to explore).

Please see PDF below for route map

Guide Prices

Limited parking in lay-by near church



  • Free Parking


  • Description of route - Dingestow
  • Length of route (miles) - 5
  • Typical duration of route - 2.5 - 3 hours

Map & Directions

21 Dingestow

Type:Walking Route

Dingestow Church, Dingestow, NP25 4BH
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