Wye Valley Travel Guide

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The Wye starts in Mid-Wales and joins the Severn at its mouth going into the Bristol Channel. At times it forms the border between England and Wales but at other times it is entirely in Wales.

It is a lovely river throughout but the best known stretch, that always known as 'the Wye valley', is the lower part near the great viewing area of Symond's Yat and lower still at Tintern Abbey.

In its upper reaches the river gives its name to two towns, Hey-on-Wye and Ross-on-Wye the first being possibly the best venue in Britain for second hand books in Powys and the second being in England.

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