Ban Y Gor Wood

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Ban Y Gor Wood: 2 Sections of woodland opposite each other. 57 acres (Ban-y-Gor) and 60 acres (Lancaut) on the east banks of the spectacular limestone Wye Gorge, with cliffs and disused quarries, woodland, and saltmarsh. Both part of the nationally important Lower Wye Gorge SSSI and Wye Valley AONB.

TypeOverall vote
Walk:7.3/10
Popularity rank: #2166
Within:
Gloucestershire, Wessex, South West England, England, Great Britain, UK, Europe
Variants:
Lancaut Wood, Lancaut Nature Reserve

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Take the B4228 heading north from Chepstow, for St Briavels and beyond. Half a mile (0.8 km) north of Woodcroft, Lancaut Lane is signposted to the left. You can park about 250 yards along the lane. The steep access path into Lancaut wood is 150 yards further on, on the left. A public footpath runs through the wood from the remains of Lancaut Chapel to below Pen Moel, returning via Offa’s Dyke footpath along the cliff top.

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Opening times:

Never closes

Prices:

Free

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