A path leads past pretty St Cadoc church (look out for the ancient yew growing in the graveyard wall) down across lovely meadows to the river. There are beaches and a pool downstream. Upstream, beyond the railway bridge, are more pools and an island with deeper sections.
From the B4598 at Penpergwm, south-east of Abergavenny, signed The Bryn (dead end) over A40. Follow road to village end to find St Cadoc’s church past NP7 9AP, 51.7794, -2.9718. Also try the Clytha car park section of the Usk downstream near NP7 9AY, 51.7719, -2.9273.
From Wild Guide Wales (Wild Things Publishing 2018)
- Submerged Objects
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Currents in heavy rain