A short morning walk down to Sedbury Cliffs to finish the Offa's Dyke Path :-)
Distance: 6.5km; Ascent: 150m; Mainly sunny; Solo
After yesterday's wet day, today dawned bright and sunny :-) I set off walking from outside Chepstow castle at around 9am and crossed back over the old bridge into England, with good views to the steep limestone cliffs above the tidal River Wye.
|Chepstow Castle from the old bridge|
|Last section of Offa's Dyke|
|Plaque marking the southern end of the Offa's Dyke Path|
|Just finished the Offa's Dyke Path :-)|
|The Severn Bridge from below Sedbury Cliffs|
|The River Wye from Chepstow Castle|
|Chepstow Castle's 12th century doors|
|The Great Tower, Chepstow Castle|
|Looking down the Wye from Chepstow Castle|
See also my Social Hiking live map from the walk.