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Towering hillsides on Offa's Dyke Path

Circular and Linear Walks

A 6 mile walk from Monmouth up into King's Wood, using a section of Offa's Dyke Path, and returning through woodland and fields. Some steep sections and stiles.



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A 5 mile circular walk between Llantilio Crossenny and White Castle using sections of the Three Castles Walk and Offa's Dyke Path. Fields, tracks and lanes with some stiles and slopes. Hogs Head pub is on the route.



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A 5.8 mile circular walk taking in the Offa's Dyke path from Llanvetherine to Llangattock Lingoed, then returning through undulating farmland and ancient tracks around Tump Farm. Some stiles and several steep sections. Can be muddy when wet.



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A 6.3 mile walk along the Offa's Dyke Path from Monmouth to Redbrook, returning along the River Wye on the Wye Valley Walk. There is a steep ascent to the Kymin Naval Temple.



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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. The route takes you through Lymore estate and onto a section of the Offa's Dyke Path.



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The name ‘Newcastle on Clun’ should tell you all you need to know about this valley. The conquering hand of the Norman overlords controlling this corridor into the Welsh heartland is clear. But what of Offa? The intimidating Dyke across the Clun marked his territorial intentions. ‘I am King of Mercia, do not

defy me,’ it said. Farming in the valley may have erased the Earthwork’s crossing, but Fron Motte has stood the test of time. Its roots pre-date even Offa by more than a thousand years.

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A moderate 5.5 mile linear walk with one hard climb to Hergest Ridge, steeped in legend and with great views. Allow 3 hours.



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A moderate 5.5 mile linear walk, with some climbs, leads to Rushock Hill where there are superb views across Herefordshire and Wales. The first part is on the Mortimer Trail, with frequent green and white waymarks to help you. The last part is on the Offa's Dyke Path, with the acorn (National Trail) waymarks to reassure you. Allow 3 hours.



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An energetic 9.5 mile linear walk on bridleways and quiet lanes to Offa's Dyke Path then a steep climb over Herrock, across Rushock and Bradnor hills to descend into Kington.



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A moderate 5 mile ramble through undulating countryside and walking alongside some of the finest stretches of the dyke and earthworks. Gentle climb out of Norton; the descent is fairly steeply into Knighton.



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