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Explore rural Monmouthshire at walking festival

Posted 29 October 2010
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Explore rural Monmouthshire at walking festival
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There's still time to explore the picturesque countryside of south Wales at Monmouthshire Walking Festival, which ends on Sunday (October 31st).

Hikers keen to don their outdoor clothing and enjoy the area this weekend might partake in the Llantrisant to Chainbridge route, which takes in a 12.5 mile section of the Usk Balley.

Participants should take a minibus from Abergavenny to Llantrisant before they trek through the fields towards Llanllowell.

While the path may be longer than others, there are no steep slopes, although individuals should be prepared to tackle a number of stiles.

A shorter journey of six miles could be enjoyed on the Gilwern and Clydach Gorge walk, which takes in the old tram road and follows the River Clydach.

Orgainsers of the festival promise the various treks allow people to get a "real taste" of Monmouthshire.

And local food will be available for those who really want to treat their tastebuds.

Posted by Dan Mirza