Monmouthshire’s Countryside Access Network Covid Information
“Stay Active, Stay Safe.”
Please follow the Welsh Government guidance that applies to everyone living or travelling in Wales.
- Stay at home if you or anyone you live with has Coronavirus Symptoms, this includes if you have been contacted by NHS Wales Test, Trace and Protect and told to self- isolate
- Be vigilant with hand washing and hygiene
What countryside Sites and Public Rights of Way are open?
All of our countryside sites are open for use and no car parks are currently shut.
All closures are kept under review and any amendments will appear here. Closures on paths due to flooding, dangerous bridges etc. can be found here.
Before you visit
- Make your promise to Wales to care for our local communities and protect our landscapes.
- Plan ahead – check what is open and closed before you set out. Pack hand sanitiser and face masks.
- Avoid crowds – Chose a quiet place and if busy go to an alternate destination.
- Be adventure smart
While you are there
- If our car parks are full, or busy, please come back another time and do not park on access roads or surrounding roads.
- Please do not linger in car parks so that others can safely come and go
- Take your litter home
- Many footpaths and bridleways cross private gardens, farms and farmland. Please keep to the paths and follow the new countryside code.
- Be a responsible dog owner by following the dog walking code
- Enjoy your visit, have fun, make a memory
Things to do
Find out what you can do at Visit Monmouthshire.
Additionally for information on where to walk, or to report issues, please use our Countryside Access Map
The Countryside Access Service is currently experiencing high volumes of reported issues. Please note if you report anything, there may well be a delay in receiving a response. Our offices at Raglan and County Hall still remain closed to the public and it will take some time before all volunteering activities will be re-started.