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Wye Valley and Forest of Dean

| Coleford, Gloucestershire, GL16 8RE, England
+44 1452 831719
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Full day Guided Canoe Trip down the River Wye
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Welcome to the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley Area - the perfect all year round, all weather holiday destination! Discover a host of great activities and entertainment ... for adventure-seekers, we have mountain biking, cycle tracks, zip-wires, kayaking, for explorers there's a great range of attractions, from the magical Puzzlewood to caves and steam trains, and for something more relaxing, enjoy the Sculpture trail, our many walks, the spectacular views and our many castles, museums and cathedrals.
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Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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| Coleford, Gloucestershire, GL16 8RE, England
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Reviewed September 23, 2017 via mobile

This area is perfect for walking. We spent three days exploring the area. Be sure to take packed lunch and drinks you can walk for miles without seeing anyone. Spectacular views.

Thank SueLyle
Reviewed June 10, 2017

The wye valley and the Forest of Dean complement each other as places of great beauty a must be place to visit

Thank Brian B
Reviewed May 8, 2017 via mobile

Beautifully stunning area, walked here from Bracelands, most picturesque walk, lots to do, we sat and had lunch and a pint, highly recommended and surly visit again

Thank Karen R
Reviewed April 14, 2017

Relaxing holiday in the Forest of Dean and next door Wye Valley getting away from it all. Lots of Peace & Quiet in the Woods and Valley. All in all a good holiday destination - off the beaten track!

Thank 923Dan
Reviewed September 8, 2016

365 steps (The Eagle's View) is one of this places which one can find by an accident. It happened to me. Parking - 51°40'17"N 2°41'09"W It is a pity that on the Tripadvisor there is no extra point for it and it must be review...More

Thank Hfamily111
Reviewed August 8, 2016

We have been to the Forest of Dean many times and are never disappointed. If you are into nature, walking, cycling, canoeing and many other outdoor pursuits this is the place to go. Easy to get to, good camping sites, pubs, hotels and restaurants. There...More

Thank Mplipm
McAllisterandCo, General Manager at Wye Valley and Forest of Dean, responded to this reviewResponded September 26, 2016

Good to hear you are such a champion of the area, thanks for sharing! Hope you have liked us on facebook too /WyeValleyForestofDean Maureen Executive Director, Wye Valley and Forest of Dean Tourism

Reviewed July 27, 2016

Every time I go to the Forest of Dean I'm blown away by how beautiful it is. I feel like I'm driving through a different country, wild boar and deer can regularly be seen. Full of great walks, bike paths, activities and adventures for all...More

Thank PaulWilliamson777
McAllisterandCo, General Manager at Wye Valley and Forest of Dean, responded to this reviewResponded September 26, 2016

Thanks for sharing your lovely review and we look forward to welcoming you back! Hope you have liked us on facebook too /WyeValleyForestofDean Maureen Executive Director, Wye Valley and Forest of Dean Tourism

Reviewed July 12, 2016

The Wye Valley and Forest of Dean offers so much for visitors of all age groups. The activities range from canoeing, cycling through to even having a cookery experience. There is something for everyone. The scenery is stunning, the history has interesting quirks not found...More

Thank Yvette F
McAllisterandCo, General Manager at Wye Valley and Forest of Dean, responded to this reviewResponded September 26, 2016

Thanks for sharing your lovely review! Hope you have liked us on facebook too /WyeValleyForestofDean Maureen Executive Director, Wye Valley and Forest of Dean Tourism

Reviewed July 2, 2016 via mobile

Its our second holiday to the area in successive years. The area seems particularly dog friendly. The scenery is dramatic and varied. Rolling hills, riverside meadows, looming cliff's and castles galore.

Thank KevinStewart22
McAllisterandCo, General Manager at Wye Valley and Forest of Dean, responded to this reviewResponded September 26, 2016

Good to hear you liked us so much you came back, hope to see you again and again! Hope you have liked us on facebook too /WyeValleyForestofDean Maureen Executive Director, Wye Valley and Forest of Dean Tourism

Reviewed June 11, 2016

The Forest of Dean and the Wye Valley offer so much to suit so many. From magical walks through ancient forest, looking out for our deer and boar, to picnics on the banks of the River Wye. Historical Castles and Abbeys, vineyards and breweries (all...More

1  Thank ferndalehouse
McAllisterandCo, General Manager at Wye Valley and Forest of Dean, responded to this reviewResponded June 28, 2016

Lovely review of the area - thanks for sharing! Maureen Executive Director, Wye Valley and Forest of Dean Tourism

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