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“Walking part of the Glyndower's Way”
Review of Glyndwr's Way

Glyndwr's Way
Reviewed 18 September 2017 via mobile

Well signposted. Some of the most beautiful views of rural Wales to be had on this walk. Well worth the physical effort in order to see parts of Wales not typically seen on road journeys.

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Reviewed 29 August 2017 via mobile

Beautiful part of Great Britain, great views and plenty of different terrains we walked up through the woods across open fields and down a hill of ferns. Fresh air and lots of walking.

Thank Erniesverdict
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Reviewed 14 August 2017

We stayed in Knighton (which is the starting point) and only walked a short way along Glyndwr's way but would have loved to have done more. Despite the showers, the dell at the start of the walk was delightful - rippling tream, benches, a place to sit and ponder. Here is where England meets Wales and you can stand on a yellow line with one foot in Wales and one foot in England. Very novel and a good photo opportunity. Will go back one day.

Thank JuneandPeter
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Reviewed 18 May 2017 via mobile

Congratulations to all who maintain this trail, the waymarkers make it so easy to follow the route. Thanks to all volunteers and landowners

Thank JohnandVickyH
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Reviewed 28 September 2016

We took a circular route from Knighton around Garth Hill, which included a section of Glyndwr's Way. We found it a little tricky to get onto the footpath from the town as stuff had changed since the walk guide was written. However, once established on the path, there was little difficulty finding our way. We had some views across the valley towards Offa's Dyke; in other parts the path was closely surrounded by trees or hedges, but there was enjoyable variety. Later we were a bit disappointed in the section on the western side of the hill, which ran along a very narrow road, with no verge. Squeezing into the hedges to allow vehicles to pass felt uncomfortable and insecure. We were relieved to leave Glyndwr's Way and turn back towards Knighton along a green footpath.

Thank RowlandCarson
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