A stroll along the Mon and Brec Canal from Llangattock
A stroll along the Mon and Brec Canal from Llangattock. A gentle walk offering views of the Usk Valley, the Black Mountains and Llangattock hillside. Full of 19th Century history – the Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal which celebrated its bicentenary in 2012, the old workhouse, the limekilns and excellent views of the old quarries above.
Length: 4 1/2 KM/23/4 miles
Time: 1 1/2 hours
Assent: 50M (170ft)
Terrian: Quiet roads, canal towpath, fields. Kissing gates and stiles awkward for pushchairs – care along towpath with young children. Towpath can be muddy. Stiles have dog gates. Canal section between bridges 118 and 115 accessible for wheelchairs.
Call into CRiC for more information about the route and other local walks or find the full route here
For more walks along to Mon and Brec Canal head here
For walks in Crickhowell head here.