Gliding peacefully across beautiful countryside
early on a summer morning, or in the evening
is an unforgettable experience. Unlike other
aircraft, you can watch the hot air balloon
being assembled before your eyes - just
like a giant tent ! Then climb aboard and
admire the view from the basket - no doors
closed, or windows to sit behind, it's all
out in the fresh air. Fantastic !
small market town of Coleford, administrative
town of and situated to the west of, the
Forest of Dean and within 5 miles of the
Welsh border of Monmouthshire and Offa’s
Dyke Pathway to the south-west. It is reached
from the A4136 that joins Monmouth and Newent.
Several streams flow through and beneath
Coleford with rivers meeting at its centre.
The town and surrounding areas are popular
with walkers, cyclists and tourists visiting
the G.W. (Great Western) Railway museum,
iron mines and caves to the south at Clearwell.
There are camping areas to the north at
Berry Hill and to the south-west, north
of Newland. To the north east and south-east
are 2 golf courses western edges of the
Passengers can choose
the location of their flight after purchasing
a voucher accepted for flights all over
the UK. Prices depend on number of passengers
- more passengers cost less per person.
for further details from reputable national