Usk Valley Walk
The Usk Valley Walk is a long distance trail following the course of the river from Caerleon to Brecon – for more information click here.
The Monmouthshire Way
The Monmouthshire Way is a brand new 116 mile circular walk being developed that explores the ancient county of Monmouthshire. The route meanders across the fertile agricultural land of the county before rising into the Brecon Beacons National Park. The route takes in the UNESCO World Heritage 'Forgotten Landscape' near Blaenavon, a key location that was so important during the Industrial Revolution. The eastern valleys and their broad whale back ridges form part of the walk, and the wide variety of terrain visited also includes the ancient forestry of Wentwood and the Gwent Levels that were originally drained by the Romans.
Visit the Monmouthshire Way website for more information and maps.
Usk has plenty of places for walkers to stay - visit our accommodation page for more information.