Route outline for walk gl107:
Symonds Yat - Symonds Yat Rock - Saracen's Head Ferry - The River Wye - King Arthur's Cave - Seven Sisters Rocks - The Wye Valley Walk - The Biblins - The Gosling Ash - Near Hearkening Rock - The Suck Stone - Staunton (Coleford) - Braceland - Motiva Ropes Course - Symonds Yat.
Points of Interest/Notes on this walk:
The Seven Sisters that make up the famous Seven Sisters Chalk Cliffs in East Sussex are - from West (Cuckmere Haven) to East (Beachy Head): Haven Brow; Short Brow; Rough Brow; Brass Point; Flat Hill; Bailey's Hill and Went Hill
The Suck Stone is thought to be the largest single boulder in Britain.
At 33m (108ft) The Gosling Ash is the tallest recorded broadleaf tree in the Forest of Dean
King Arthur's Cave has revealed artefacts over 60,000 yrs old. The Arthurian connection is pure speculation.
The Ferry across the River Wye (small fee) is operated by the Saracen's Head. It does not operate after dark, in winter or when the river levels are high.
This walk is on Ordnance Survey Maps:
|OS Explorer Map OL14|
|1:25,000 scale (Orange Covers)
|OS Landranger Map 162|
|1:50,000 scale (Pink Covers)
Some Photos and Pictures from Walk gl107 Highmeadow Woods from Symonds Yat
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