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image for Forest or Woodland item typeCoppice Mawr Wood at Wye Valley Woodlands (NRW)

Forest or Woodland, free entry

Wye Valley

Wye Valley

Wye Valley

Details

Beautiful broadleaf woodland on ancient woodland site. Rich in wildlife, including being important as a feeding area for Greater Horseshoe Bats.
Situated on the B4235 west of Chepstow

Public Transport:

The nearest railway station is in Chepstow.

Accepts groups

Children welcomeDogs accepted

There are several walking trails that start from the different car parks associated with the Wye Valley Woodlands. Please note: Sometimes we need to close or divert trails for your safety whilst we undertake maintenance work or forest operations. Occasionally we may have to close a site in extreme weather, such as high winds or snow and ice due to the risk of injury to visitors or staff. Please always follow any instructions onsite and make sure you follow any temporary diversion signs in place.

Open all the time

Prices

Free entry

Contact

Enquiries

0300 065 3000

Address

Wye Valley,
Between Chepstow and Monmouth,
GL16 7NZ

Location

Directions

Plan route to Wye Valley Woodlands  (NRW) using Google mapsPlan route using Google maps

Map reference: SO 565156  Lat: 51.83800 Long: -2.63244

Chepstow, Monmouth, Newport, Ross on Wye, Cinderford, Coleford, Lydney, Chepstow, Caldicot, and Abergavenny are the nearest towns or villages.

The A 466 runs though the Wye Valley, between Chepstow and Monmouth.

OS Grid Reference: ST515932

Parking: free

Accessible by Public Transport

Facilities

  • Accepts groupsAccepts groups
  • Children welcomeChildren welcome
  • Dogs acceptedDogs accepted

There are several walking trails that start from the different car parks associated with the Wye Valley Woodlands. Please note: Sometimes we need to close or divert trails for your safety whilst we undertake maintenance work or forest operations. Occasionally we may have to close a site in extreme weather, such as high winds or snow and ice due to the risk of injury to visitors or staff. Please always follow any instructions onsite and make sure you follow any temporary diversion signs in place.