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Clytha and Coed-y-Bwnydd

27 Nov 2017 | South Wales Group

A healthy group of 15 men and 8 women and no less than 10 dogs, enjoyed this fantastic 7.5 mile, moderate, circular walk, through this 18th century estate, taking in the River Usk for some way, Chainbridge, and Coed-y-Bwnydd - the largest and one of the best preserved hill forts in Monmouthshire.  There were beautiful views of the Sugarloaf and the Skirrid, and the wider Usk Valley, and of Clytha Castle, one of the outstanding 18th century follies of Wales.  The winter sun made for excellent views and more than one person commented that this was the best walk they had been on for years.  

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