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Woolhope

Map Ref. SO617358 Nearest Postcode HR1 4RF

Lat N. 52 01:10 (52.019465) Lon. W. 2 33:32 (-2.558779)

Parking at The Butcher’s Arms, Woolhope.

From M4 Junction 24 (The Coldra) take the A449 North in the direction of Monmouth and the M50.

At the first roundabout (At Monmouth) go straight on this is the A 40.

At the second roundabout (At Ross On Wye) go straight on.

At the third roundabout (Also Ross On Wye) go straight on.

At fourth roundabout take the first exit signposted Ledbury A449.

(This roundabout is where the A40, A449 And M50 meet.)

After approx. 2 miles turn left onto B4244 Signposted Hereford.

After a quarter of a mile, turn left to continue on B4244 in the direction of Hereford.

Continue for 3.6 miles and then turn right signposted Woolhope.

* This road is single track for just over a mile but has quite a few passing places.

At the T junction turn right signposted Woolhope.

Continue for 2 miles. You are now in Woolhope.

Pass the Crown Inn on your left, and go straight on at a crossroads marked with a finger post. After 650 yards you will see the Butcher’s Arms on the right hand side. The car park is just beyond the pub.

* Just for your info, if you do want to avoid the single track road, then ignore the sign for Woolhope and continue to Fownhope. Turning is the first right after the Green Man Pub which is on the left in Fownhope and the road goes straight to Woolhope, with the Crown pub on left.

Nice walk, but how do I get there?

Well you should go to the Tregare Street meeting point, be early we leave promptly.That way you can car share with others. But if you need instructions to get to the walk start point this page may be where you can find them.

A map reference, latitude and longitude for your sat. nav., a link to a map, or someone's helpful instructions. I’ve tried to make these directions correct. Apologies if they are not. All feedback will be welcome. Also if you follow the links to a map, you can zoom in or out, and change the map style to whichever you find easiest to read.

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