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Offas Dyke Path National Trail

  • Chepstow
  • Outdoor
  • All Ages
  • Parks and Playgrounds

Attraction Information

Offas Dyke Path National Trail through the borderlands of England and Wales has something for everyone, whether you want a gentle stroll for a few hours or travel more of it on a walking holiday with the kids.
The Trail frequently follows the spectacular Offa's Dyke through stunnng countryside through the Brecon Beacons National Park, plus it links the Shropshire Hills, the Wye Valley and the Clwydian Range/Dee Valley, which are all Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It crosses the border over 20 times and goes through 8 different counties!
There is so much to see along the Trail, such as bustling market towns, magestic castles and quiet country churches, plus canals, spectacular bridges and enigmatic Iron Age hillforts.
Other highlights the kids should enjoy include Devil's Pulpit, a narrow pillar of limstome with great views oer Tintern Abbey, and the Offa's Dyke Centre, which is at the halfway point of the Trail and is full of interesting information about the area.

Opening hours

Public space, always open.

Pricing

Free to visit.

Travel & Contact Information

Address

Sedbury Cliff, Sedbury, Chepstow, Monmouthshire and Gwent, NP16 7HT, Wales

Phone number

01597 827580

Map

Website

Click here to visit Offas Dyke Path National Trail's website.

FAQ & Additional Information

Offas Dyke Path National Trail has not told us about their parking.

No, there are no toilets available.

No, there are no baby changing facilities.

Offas Dyke Path National Trail has not told us if you can bring a picnic.

Offas Dyke Path National Trail has not told us about their dining options.

No, Offas Dyke Path National Trail is not wheelchair friendly.

No, Offas Dyke Path National Trail have stated they are not pushchair friendly.

Offas Dyke Path National Trail has not told us if they are dog friendly.

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