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: 28/08/2017
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I completed Offa's Dyke with 4 friends from the Spartan Red Sox Walking Club in Northern Ireland - 12 days of beautiful rural countryside and heather-covered mountains.  We were blessed with good weather with...
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Completed the Trail: 28/08/2017
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After several weekend trips over the past couple of years, I've finally completed the Offas Dyke. Lots of great memories, many laughs and a few curse words on the hills. 
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Completed the Trail: 11/08/2017
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The Offa's Dyke Path was my first National Trail and as a newbie it was a steep learning curve – sometimes literally so! But it is worth it.The first mistake I made was the size of my pack. I lost count of the...
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Completed the Trail: 04/08/2017
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For the first time I walked a trail like this with my dog Jamie, a 2 yr. old Australian Shepherd. We had to go by car to Chepstow to take Jamie to the UK - the first challenge of our trip,...
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Completed the Trail: 10/08/2017
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The trail was full on interest, exploring Sedbury Cliffs and Chepstow on our first day we followed the 12 Stage route in Mike Dunn's Cicerone guide. Chepstow to Monmouth was a tough day carrying all our kit, food...
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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