Hall of Fame

Hall of Fame

Everyone here has walked the Offa's Dyke Path. They all have great stories to tell. If you are thinking about trying the Trail read on, we're sure you'll want to give it a go and add your own entry to the Hall of Fame.

If you have completed the walk in the past and would like to appear here then get in touch with the Trail team.

Hall of Fame members:

Completed the Trail: 23/06/2018
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     I walked Offa’s Dyke Path this June and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. Great views, interesting terrain, numerous historical sites, and some surprisingly (and wonderfully) remote sections...
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Completed the Trail: 12/05/2018
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An interesting walk usualy high on the hilside with long distant views accross the valleys.I had good weather all the way never needing my waterproofs.
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Completed the Trail: 02/05/2018
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The longest trail we have undertaken in a single holiday and well worth the effort. Even on the two wet days, the scenery was great, with Hatterall Ridge being just one of the highlights.  Walking the path in April...
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Completed the Trail: 22/03/2018
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Having walked the coastal path we were keen to complete Offas Dyke so that we had circumnavigated the whole of Wales.Mikes dog Paddy is the only dog to have walked completely around Wales all 1047 miles.I loved...
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Completed the Trail: 30/08/2017
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I started in Prestatyn on the 21st of August and planned to walk the Offa's Dyke Path in 10 days in aid of Prostate Cancer UK. The first 5 days were the hardest for me,walking on my own (except the dog). The people...
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Completion Card

Get your Completion Card for the Hall of Fame Download the Hall of Fame Completion Card, take it with you when doing the ODP and get it stamped along the way ...More