Walking Holiday in England and
|Online booking available|
Hike the Wye Valley Walk from Hay on Wye to its estuary at Chepstow, via
This section of the Wye Valley Walk is a 75 mile way-marked long-distance walking trail. This hiking tour can be walked in either direction, upstream or downstream.
|This self guided
walking holiday passes through England and takes in the counties of Monmouthshire
and Herefordshire and is a great introduction to walking holidays in England
and Wales. The Wye Valley Walk passes through some spectacular river valley
landscapes full of wildlife and heritage.
The Wye Valley Walk is clearly waymarked with the leaping salmon logo discs to provide reassurance on your walking holiday.
8 nights, 7 days walking
Min/max daily distance:
Average Daily distance:
This walk connects with:
Offa's Dyke Path
Hay on Wye to Chepstow
7 days walking, 8 nights
Day 1: Arrive Hay on Wye
Optional Day: in Hay on Wye
Day 2: Hay on Wye to Staunton on Wye 11 miles
Day 3: Staunton on Wye to Hereford 12 miles
Optional Day: extra day in Hereford
Day 4: Hereford to Brockhampton 10 miles
Day 5: Brockhampton to Goodrich 12 miles
Day 6: Goodrich to Monmouth 13 miles
Day 7: Monmouth to Tintern 11 miles
Day 8: Tintern to Chepstow 6 miles
Day 9: Depart after breakfast
can walk this hiking tour over 7 days at about 11 miles per day.
This walking holiday in the UK operates March to October and in either direction, upstream or downstream, although our guide book descibes the upstream route.
Short walking breaks are also available, with 2 or 3 days walking. Just select the part of the path you want to walk.
The above distances are only a suggestion. If you would like to walk longer or shorter distances, we can arrange that too.
Online booking available. A deposit of £55 per person is required to secure the booking, with the balance due 6 weeks before departure.
|How to get there|
Plane to Bristol, where we can arrange transfer to Hay on Wye
By Car to Hay on Wye where parking is available
By Train / Bus to Chepstow, Aberystwyth or Newtown