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A 5.3 mile walk from Trellech, above the Wye Valley south of Monmouth.

This route heads out of Trellech on the Tintern road. Forest tracks then take you past Cleddon Bog and through Ninewells Wood to join the road through Catbrook and on to Ninewells Farm. Footpaths and lanes lead to Cleddon Shoots, from where you return past Cleddon Hall, along the path to Cotland and the lane to Trellech.

It is a generally flat walk that makes use of woodland cart tracks and open heathland.

Points of interest include Cleddon Hall where Bertrand Russell was born. Cleddon Shoots waterfall and a variety of ancient wells and springs.

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St Nicholas Church Trellech23 Trellech Village, MonmouthA walk of 1.2 miles around the historic attractions of the village of Trellech, above the Wye Valley, south of Monmouth.

Friends of the 65 BusThe 65 Bus Wye Valley High Road, ChepstowThe 65 bus runs from Chepstow to Monmouth along the picturesque Wye Valley high road through the villages of Itton, Devauden, Llanishen, Trellech, The Narth, Penallt and Lydart. 



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  • Description of route - Trellech - Catbrook - Cleddon Shoots - Trellech
  • Length of route (miles) - 5
  • Typical duration of route - 2.5 hours

Map & Directions

Road Directions

Accessible by Public Transport.

24 Wells and Springs at Trellech

Type:Walking Route

Church Street, Trellech, Monmouthshire, NP25 4PE
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