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Chelsea B
Milton Keynes, UK1.981 bijdragen
5,0 van 5 bollen
jul. 2022
Such a beautiful viewpoint of a beautiful piece of the UK, the climb isn't too bad but the views more than pay off
Geschreven op 12 juni 2023
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Ann C
Nashville, TN3.291 bijdragen
5,0 van 5 bollen
mei 2023 • Vrienden
The Eagles nest is a viewing platform on the edge of a cliff.

The shortest way to access the view point can be accessed by parking in the upper Wyndcliff parking lot, you access this lot from a road off of the A466 (1/2 mile north of St. Arvans). The parking lot is on the right, about a 1/2 mile up. From this parking lot take the path on the left going up hill. You will come to an intersection that has signs, turn right and go down a few stairs to the view point. The view was impressive.

I accessed the viewpoint while on a 6 mile hike that walked through Piercefield Park that started and ended at the Chepstow Leisure Center.
Geschreven op 30 mei 2023
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Julia @Scrumptious Solent
Southampton, UK4.169 bijdragen
4,0 van 5 bollen
jun. 2021 • Stellen
A great place for a quick stop to admire the stunning view. Park in the upper car park to avoid the 350+ steps up from the lower car park. It’s still a fairly steep walk even from the upper car park (it says 50m but it’s a good 500m up a zig zag path). The views are worth it when you get there though!
Geschreven op 1 juli 2021
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Ryan S
Cardiff, UK604 bijdragen
5,0 van 5 bollen
nov. 2019
The eagles nest viewing point is located 2 miles away from tintern abbey. It is located near the small town of st arvan. If you keep on the main road on the way to tintern on your right you will see a sign saying lower wyndcliff where the car park is located. Then cross the road. Follow the signs saying eagles nest up until a quarry then turn right to walk up the 365 steps follow the signs until you get to the viewing point. The steps are a bit of a challenge but fun and scenic, the viewing point is one of the greatest viewing points in the wye valley and forest of dean. From the car park you can also follow the path to giants cave, a small cavern that the path goes right through and then the other side another great viewing point. You can then follow the path to piercefield park, where you will find the ruined and derilect Pierefield house.
Geschreven op 30 maart 2020
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DaveGlyndwr
Wrexham, UK50 bijdragen
5,0 van 5 bollen
sep. 2019
Fairly easy walk from the car park at Wyndcliff and a fabulous view from the River Wye below, over Chepstow, and on to the Severn Estuary, Severn Bridges, and to the Cotswolds in the distance
Geschreven op 2 oktober 2019
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keith h
Chesham, UK1.171 bijdragen
5,0 van 5 bollen
mei 2019 • Stellen
We reached the Eagle's Nest by following the Wye Valley Long Distance Path from it's starting point by Chepstow Castle. The path eventually terminates at Plynlimon , 219 kms further on.
We set off on a beautiful mid May morning, joining the path at the edge of the Castle car park & following the towering walls around & up a wide, well surfaced path.
Reaching a busy road we turned right, uphill to a School & Leisure Centre.
Having crossed the car park, the walk goes into woods.
From here onwards you are under trees for the whole time until you reach Eagle's Nest.
Clear views of the River Wye are limited to the one lovely panorama at Giant's Cave but it can be glimpsed sparkling through the trees far below to your right.
Everything was varying shades of vivid green- the abundant ferns ( Hart's Tongue in profusion ), ivy, dog's mercury & mosses with some colour provided by the bluebells, herb robert & wild garlic.
Many tree types: beech, yew, sycamore, oak, ash, hawthorn & 2 massive horse chestnuts at one point.
The path itself is well signposted & studded with stones & twisted tree roots so you need to watch out.
Attractions on the way owe their existence to the estate of Piercefield House which is now a sad ruin which you can view by a short detour from the main path. It commands a fantastic view across rolling sheep fields & away to Seven Crossing.
The first one to pass on the way is a grotto, now sadly deprived of it's once mineral inner lining. Next up is an upright stone in the centre of the path known as The Druid's Temple.Finally comes The Giant's Cave where a retaining wall & a clear view across The Wye Valley are to be had. Behind you is the cave, which you actually pass through before beginning the reasonably stiff ascent to Wyndcliffe car park.
Of course, you can omit all the previous activity & climb up to Eagle's Nest from here, having driven here.
Cross the road & in a rare open space make the choice of ascending either by the strenuous steps ( 365 of them, apparently )- turn right in that case or take the moderate route by turning left. We took the moderate route which winds up reasonably easily apart from one steep incline near the start.
Above us we saw & heard a pair of Ravens.
This is a pleasant but not spectacular walk but the view from the Eagle's Nest is sublime. You can stand in a semi circular area under trees with a curved retaining wall to your fore & gaze out as far as The Cotswolds & far out along the River Severn.
A board points out some of the main regions but with binocular's & an ordnance survey map you could amuse yourself for a while.
We returned via the steps & very glad we did, too because the route is so enchanting, despite having to navigate a precipitous mix of concrete steps, natural rock, natural stone slabs & a metall staircase.
You twist along a path snagged with tree roots & on all sides are ferns & moss & contorted trees. Wonderful.
Back at the bottom, return to your car, walk back to where you started or, if you were proceeding on The Wye Valley Way, you would not have descended at all.
Geschreven op 14 mei 2019
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colaradopam
Chepstow, UK374 bijdragen
4,0 van 5 bollen
sep. 2018 • Vrienden
Walked up from Chepstow on the Wye Valley Walk. Quite an effort to reach here ,but we'll worth it. Spectacular view over the Wye ,severn and beyond has been aprecheated by toursest for hundreds of years
Geschreven op 18 september 2018
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Malcolm S
Bristol, UK137 bijdragen
5,0 van 5 bollen
jan. 2018 • Gezinnen
Lovely walk on the welsh side. On a clear day you can see over the Severn Bridge and beyond.well worth the walk.
Geschreven op 18 januari 2018
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AlpineOwls
Wiltshire, United Kingdom168 bijdragen
5,0 van 5 bollen
okt. 2017 • Gezinnen
You can park below in a carpark and then climb the 365 steps to the Eagle's Nest viewing point or you can visit it as part of a longer walk ... we did the longer walk and would recommend if you enjoy a challenging long walk. We left the car in Chepstow and walked along the Wye Valley long distance footpath going through Giant's Cave on the way and then up to the Eagle's Nest. After enjoying the view we then carried on to Tintern Abbey - just over a 10km walk. It is possible to get a bus back to Chepstow from here but being up for the challenge we then walked back via the Offa's Dyke Path on the other side of the Wye Valley - it was quite a climb up to it but well worth it with the rewarding views looking back down over Tintern Abbey and the Wye from the Devil's Pulpit Viewing Point. It was a long walk - just short of 23km in total - but we would really recommend it if you are up to a challenging walk! If you do the walk on a Sunday then parking in the short stay carpark in Chepstow is free!
Geschreven op 23 oktober 2017
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Owen H
United, PA30 bijdragen
5,0 van 5 bollen
jul. 2017 • Stellen
There are some fantastic walks to be had in this part of the Forest of Dean whatever the season. The views from Eagles nest (and nearby Devils pulpit) are amazing. When we were there (end of June) the smell of wild garlic was frequently pungent. There are several good walks that cross this spot so children and adults should be able to find one that suits.
Geschreven op 4 juli 2017
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