A walk or drive to Yat Rock is a must. Take the short walk keeping the tea rooms on you right, and take the Red Route to the top of a rock location. The views of the river are breathtaking, and made me glad to be alive.
If enjoy a scroll or fairly arduous walking in fantastic countryside, this place...
My wife uses a mobility scooter and the path was flat all the way from the car park to the viewing rock, if a little steep in places.
The views are spectacular and not to be missed if you are in the area. The road leading there traverses a single lane narrow bridge over the river and is quite twisty...
We called here the same day that we had been to the Forest of Dean, so the car park fee covered both places. £3.50 is a bit steep if you only want to visit for half an hour.
The cafe at the top was average. There is a steep walk down to the water level, where there is an over-priced...
A short but sheepish climb if you struggle with walking but nice view at the end of it.
Parking fee also steep but people tend to pass parking tickets onto others.
A sit down and coffee/bite to eat also available.
This is a fabulous spot and well worth a visit...take your visitors or just visit yourselves fantastic views and lovely walks through the woods too a great morning or afternoon out there is a coffee shop but not sure when it is open during winter months but I guess it will be, there is plenty of parking which you do...
We had visited many years ago so just wanted to touch base and check out the views. Our dog wouldnt have coped with the steep clumbs etc. Found the one fee fir car park annoying, we didnt want all day an hour or so would have been adequate. So hefty fee for basically a walk up to viewing point and...
The views are amazing from the viewpoint you can see along the beautiful river Wye and watch people canoeing. It is home to peregrines and other wonderful wildlife.Lots of pleasant walks and a lovely cafe.