Towering hillsides on Offa's Dyke Path

Autumn Colours

22nd October 2014

Autumn is fabulous time of the year to be out on the Trail walking, especially good this year following such a good summer and september, with good ground conditions underfoot. The Offa's Dyke Path is blessed with one of the best places in the country to appreciate the autumn colours, with about 15 miles of it traversing the Wye Valley from Chepstow to Monmouth. With Offa's Dyke Path on one side of the valley and the Wye Valley Walk on the other, with many circular and linking routes there are endless opportunities to walk and appreciate the colours of autumn. check the following for a few ideas  or

To find out more about whats happening in the Wye Valley, check out the AONB website and follow them on twitter  @wyebeauty

The coming weekend see's the start of the Monmouthshire Walking Festival, 25th October to 2nd November, with a wide range of walks, there something to suit everyone. Check the website

With half term coming up next week , the Wye Valley has lots of potential for family walks and activities, check out for loads of great family fun in the countryside.

As winter approaches and thoughts of planning next years walking adventures, remember if you are thinking of walking the whole of the Offa's Dyke Path, check out our new Hall of Fame for the Trail and you could be the proud owner of one of our special keyrings

If you are out walking on the Trail, it will be great to see your pictures tweet to @offasdykepath or add your pictures to the gallery on the website on the photos tab.

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