Glyndwr's Way crosses some of the finest landscapes in Wales including open moorland, rolling farmland, woodlands and forests. It runs from Knighton via Machynlleth to Welshpool
- Location: Mid Wales.
- Length: 135 miles/217km
- Average number of days to complete: 9.
- Users: Walkers throughout, Horseriders and cyclists on certain stretches only
- Highest point: Foel Fadian 1,530 ft/510m
- Start point: The Town Clock at Knighton.
- Finish point: The public park next to the canal in Welshpool.
- Landscape: Open moorland and rolling farmland with woodland and forests.
- Highlights: Glyndŵrís Parliament House in Machynlleth, Lake Vyrnwy, Llyn Clywedog reservoir, views over the Cambrian Mountains.
- Famous Associations: Owain Glyndŵr and Llywelyn Ap Gruffudd (the last true Welsh Prince of Wales).
- Trail Officers favourite part: 'Glaslyn & Foel Fadian because of the contrast of the moorland at Glaslyn with the spectacular view at Foel Fadian down the Dulas Valley looking out to sea'.
- Nearest towns: Knighton, Llanidloes, Machynlleth and Welshpool are on the Trail.
- Access: Both ends of the Trail and Machynlleth can be reached by train form Shrewsbury. London Euston to Shrewsbury is 3 hours (changing at Birmingham or Wolverhampton). Birmingham to Shrewsbury is 1 hour and Shrewsbury is 50 minutes from Knighton, 1 hour from Machynlleth and 20 minutes from Welshpool. London Paddington to Swansea is 3 hours: Swansea to Knighton is 3 hours
- Information available:
- A National Trail Guide by Aurum Press (ISBN: 1-85410-968-5) £12.99
- A Glyndŵrís Way accommodation guide has also been produced and is updated annually.
- Copies of all these publications are available from Tourist Information Centres along the route.
- Contact for all information and advice:
- Telephone: In the absence of the National Trail Officer information can be obtained from the main Tourist Information Centres at