Coppett Hill & Welsh Bicknor Walk, Herefordshire

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Gloucester

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Walk Details
Coppett Hill And Welsh Bicknor from Goodrich Castle, Herefordshire is a walk with super views, Gulliver’s travels, port wine and telephone cables.

A leg-stretching climb from Goodrich castle onto Coppett Hill with magnificent views, followed by an easier walk along the banks of the river Wye. Find out about a unique way to settle a boundary dispute and the tranquil Wye Valley’s contribution to both World Wars.

A fun, exhilarating, informative and fun walk. There are 2 possible “watering holes” near the route:- The Hostelrie Inn situated in the village of Goodrich and the Inn on the Wye at Kerne Bridge.

Walkers Are Welcome Verdict: A lovely 8 miles with super views and lots of quirky facts.