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The Hudnalls in the Lower Wye Valley is well worth a visit. Having not been cut for over 100 years it's rich in flora and fauna resembling a temperate woodland or rainforest. For a full description see this link: http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/20140711133551/http://www.naturalengland.org.uk/Images/the-hudnalls-welcome-sheet_tcm6-36376.pdf

 

The Hudnalls makes up a fantastic walk and or hike from St Briavels through to the Devils Pulpit overlooking Tintern. See the map for location and details.

The Hudnalls

We Also Wild Camped the Hudnalls. Check Out Some Of The Images. An Abandoned Cottage. A Beautiful Opportunity with A View

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