Circular and Linear Walks

Towering hillsides on Offa's Dyke Path

Circular and Linear Walks

This lovely circular walk takes you through Llanymynech Lime Works heritage Centre. Then on upto the view point on Llanymynech Rocks for some beautiful views of the countryside.

  • Distance: 4km

For more Archaeological Information on this town including a map with interactive pointers please click the link: CPAT Maps



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This scenic circular walk takes you through the farming fields of Montgomery east, from the remnants of ridge and furrow farming from the middle ages to boardyhall wood past lymore lodge and current farm buildings.

  • Distance: 5km

For more Archaeological Information on this town including a map with interactive pointers please click the link: CPAT Maps



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This wonderful circular walk takes you through the interesting countryside of Montgomery west, along side the remains of a castle and through the beutiful woodlands in Montgomery.

  • Distance: 2.5km

For more Archaeological Information on this town including a map with interactive pointers please click the link: CPAT Maps



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This lovely circular walk takes you through the small village of New Radnor, this lovely walk goes along side a farm that dates back to the 16th century and other historic buildings from churches to a motte and bailey. 

  • Distance: 1.6km

For more Archaeological Information on this town including a map with interactive pointers please click the link: CPAT Maps



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This long scenic circular walk takes you through the beautiful countryside of presteigne, This country walk has much to offer from a medieval earthwork castle in the woods to a post medievel rabbit farm.

  • Distance: 16.2km

For more Archaeological Information on this town including a map with interactive pointers please click the link: CPAT Maps



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This historic circular walk takes you through the town of Presteigne, from medieval mansions to St Andrews Church that has some 10th century Saxon stonework, 14th century nave and fond and 16th century tapestry. 

  • Distance: 2.3km

For more Archaeological Information on this town including a map with interactive pointers please click the link: CPAT Maps



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The stunning 6 mile Llangollen History Trail starts in Llangollen, visiting several historic landmarks such as Horseshoe Falls. Some sections can be challenging with stiles, kissing gates and steep stairs.

Renowned for the surrounding hills and the River Dee, Llangollen has something for every visitor with its independent shops and places to eat, drink and stay to suit every budget. You can take a stroll along the Victoria Promenade to the Riverside Park for a picnic or watch the river tumble down beneath the bridge. This is a great base to explore the area and the Llangollen History Trail is one of the best ways to do it.

You can see the route in Viewranger here or Visit Dee Valley Walks for route directions.

See the Visit Wales website for more information and other ideas for great walks and things to do in Wales.

 



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A choice of interesting circular routes which take in the Vale of Clwys, Moel Famau Country Park and Offa's Dyke Path National Trail. The routes pass a number of historic features, including the sites of eight abandoned farm houses, a magical holy well and the striking St Cynhafal's church



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A choice of interesting circular routes which take in the Vale of Clwys, Moel Famau Country Park and Offa's Dyke Path National Trail. The routes pass a number of historic features, including the sites of eight abandoned farm houses, a magical holy well and the striking St Cynhafal's church



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In winter’s snow the stone-throne in Candy Woods would be more at home in Narnia than Shropshire. But this land is as epic as Lewis’ fantasy. Offa’s Dyke marked out a border with Wales, later controlled by the Norman ‘Marcher Lords’ who built castles along it as mighty as Cair Paravel. And Mad Jack Mytton, who gambled away his inheritance here, once rode a bear into dinner and named his son Euphrates after his favourite racehorse. Did a Witch Queen freeze the horses’ heads?



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