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This is in a fabulous location there is a hand pulled River Ferryboat Crossing, boat trips, lots of ducks and canoeing. You can either park at The Biblins, Monmouth and walk 4.5 miles alongside the River Wye. Or drive to Symonds Yat East, parking at the first area is narrow so drive on past the…
High up on top of the river Wye where it forms an ox bow loop you can see 5 counties from this spectacular viewpoint. There is also an RSPB lookout point (Peregrine falcons) and lots of arked walks leading fro the Yat rock. Perfect for all ages.
Pubs and canoe hire in the lower part and viewing spot from the top with cafe. Would recommend parking at the top and walking down for a coffee/lunch, to avoid the crammed roads and crowds.
Symonds Yat is a village in the Wye Valley and a popular tourist destination, straddling the River Wye and on the borders of the English counties of Herefordshire and Gloucestershire. It is within a few miles of Monmouthshire and the Welsh border.
Symonds Yat straddles The River Wye. Symonds Yat East, the Gloucestershire side, is nestled underneath Yat Rock. There is a Pay and display car park by canoe hire before the Saracens Head, or along the single track road by The Royal Lodge. Lots of walks and a cycle path that leads all the way to…