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Famed for its orchards and black-and-white villages, Herefordshire is bisected by the River Wye and other key areas for walking include parts of the Black Mountains and the Malverns.
  • The Royal Lodge, Symonds Yat
    • Symonds Yat Rock (1¼ miles): A short but energetic climb to a stunning viewpoint over the Wye valley.
    • Biblins and the Wye (2¾ miles): A short level walk along both sides of the River Wye.
    • King Arthur’s Cave (3¾ miles): A walk through the woods to a local landmark, returning along the Wye riverbank.
    • Biblins, Monmouth and the Wye (10¼ miles): An extended level walk along both sides of the River Wye, with an opportunity to explore the historic border town of Monmouth.
  • The Saracens Head, Symonds Yat
    • Symonds Yat Rock (1¼ miles): A short but energetic climb to a stunning viewpoint over the Wye valley.
    • Huntsham Hill and Yat Rock (2¼ miles): An alternative route to the viewpoinrt of Yat Rock.
    • Biblins and the Wye (2¾ miles): A short level walk along both sides of the River Wye.
    • King Arthur’s Cave (3¾ miles): A walk through the woods to a local landmark, returning along the Wye riverbank.
    • Huntsham Bridge and Yat Rock (4½ miles): A wide meander of the Wye followed with Yat Rock as a highlight.
    • Biblins, Monmouth and the Wye (10¼ miles): An extended level walk along both sides of the River Wye, with an opportunity to explore the historic border town of Monmouth.
    • Goodrich Castle and Welsh Bicknor (10 or 11 miles): A long walk full of interest with lengthy riverside sections.