Offas Dyke

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Offas Dyke: A three-mile section of the great earthwork boundary dyke built along the Anglo-Welsh border by Offa, King of Mercia, probably during the 780s. This especially impressive wooded stretch includes the Devil's Pulpit, with fine views of Tintern Abbey.

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Earthwork castle:4.5/10
Walk:5.3/10
Popularity rank: #4677

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Located 3 miles NorthEast of Chepstow, off B4228. Via Forest EnterpriseTidenham car park, 1 mile walk (waymarked) down to The Devil'sPulpit on Offa's Dyke (access is suitable only for those wearingproper walking shoes and is not suitable for the very young or the old)

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