Walking Glyndŵr's Way
National Trail through the rolling hills, forests and moorland of mid-Wales
The gentle, unfrequented countryside of Powys in mid-Wales has a charm all its own. Glyndŵr's Way (Llwybr Glyndŵr) is a 135-mile National Trail that follows in the footsteps of the great Welsh hero and offers experienced backpackers a new way to explore, looping west from Knighton up to Welshpool.
This guide offers all the information you need to complete the main trail in 9 days and also a further 2 stages along the Offa's Dyke Path to return to Knighton.
- 164 miles of waymarked trail through quiet countryside.
- includes a day's excursion to climb Pen Punlumon Fawr from Dylife.
- Full information about facilities available along the route, including camping options.
|Title||Walking Glyndŵr's Way|
|Subtitle||A National Trail through the rolling hills, forest and moorland of mid-Wales|
|Release Date||May 2018|
|Printed Pages||176 Pages|
|Size||17.1cm x 11.6cm x 1.1cm|
Walking Glyndŵr's Way | A National Trail through Mid-Wales
- Company: Cicerone Press
- Product Code: CIC-GW-01
- Availability: In Stock
- Ex Tax: €14.95