Glyndwr’s Way

Paddy Dillon

Glyndwr’s Way is one of the quietest of Britain’s National Trails, meandering through the hills and valleys of mid-Wales, chasing the ghost of the soldier-statesman Owain Glyndwr. Both ends of the route link with another National Trail – Offa’s Dyke – allowing keen long-distance walkers to make a complete circuit. This is the second edition of the guidebook, completely overhauled and incorporating all the latest route changes, as well as having detailed Ordnance Survey mapping at a scale of 1:50,000. Services and facilities are few and far between, so the book points out what is available, and where, so that trekkers are always aware of their options.

Pages: 176
Publisher: Cicerone
Dimensions: 172x116x11 (mm)
Published: May 2018
ISBN-10: N/A
ISBN-13: 9781852849504
Posted on: July 31st, 2018 by Paddy Dillon

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