Join us on September 11 for a set of three walks for Big Welsh Walk festival, that all visit Knighton with iconic views of the Welsh / English Border Country.
For details of all three walks, see below. To purchase your tickets, click HERE. The ticket price includes a hoodie, goodie bag and more!
Distance: Approx 14miles / 22km
Time walking: 6hrs
Meeting place: Offa’s Dyke Visitors Centre Knighton
Meeting time: 9.00hrs for transport to Kington
Cost (includes a goodie bag and medal):
Not Including a Limited Edition Hoodie
Ramblers Members - £8 Non Ramblers Members - £10
Including a Limited Edition Hoodie
Ramblers Members - £20. Non Ramblers Members - £25.
Please join the Offa's Dyke Path National Trail Officer, Rob Dingle, who will be leading this walk with us. This walk follows the Offa’s Dyke Path National Trail from Kington to Knighton on a particularly stunning section of the Trail with iconic views of the Welsh / English Border Country. Throughout the day you are never far away from King Offa’s earthwork, the longest scheduled ancient monument in Britain.
Distance: Approx 9miles / 14km
Time walking: 5hrs
Meeting time: 10.00hrs
A route that will take us along both National Trails – Offa’s Dyke and Glyndwr’s Way. You pass under the magnificent railway viaduct at Knucklas. The route crosses the Teme Valley, so there are two main ascents and some lesser ones.
Distance: Approx 4miles / 6.5km
Time walking: 2.5hrs
Meeting time : 11.00hrs
Child under 16: £4
Our family walks follow routes that are chosen to offer a leisurely stroll for families with younger children who want to explore the countryside. While we endeavour to choose paths that don’t provide too much of a challenge we must let you know that the routes for this weekend are not pushchair friendly. We also have not been able to help ourselves in wanting to share some of our most spectacular landscapes while believing that no one is too young to reach some of the best views with a little encouragement. So, while we are in this magical landscape this route does have a few ascents that we will take at a comfortable pace for all.
We will Climb Offa’s Dyke Path from Visitors centre to join the path that hugs the top of the hill and take the path through Kinsley Woods. The trees you see (mostly Larch and Douglas Fir) were planted in the 1950s when the need for home-grown timber was high after WWII. The initials ER can be seen in the autumn on the northeastern and southwestern slopes of the wood. The trees were planted in honor of the Queen's coronation in 1953.
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
Under 18-year-olds are encouraged to attend with a responsible adult.
Do I need to be able to map-read?
No! Walk Leaders will have the training required and the routes beforehand.
Can I bring my dog to the event?
Yes, dogs are welcome to attend. All dogs must be always kept on lead. Please be aware that there are numerous stiles which your dog may need to be lifted over. The Big Welsh Walk takes place in an agricultural area and there will be livestock- the owner is always responsible for the dog. Please also be mindful of the length of challenge you and your dog are undertaking along with the weather forecast for the day.
Can I update my registration information?
For any changes you need to make, please contact email@example.com
Do I need to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes please, this will ease registration at the start of the challenge event.
How can I contact the organiser with any questions?
For any help, advice or further questions please contact Ramblers Cymru, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Big Welsh Walk is funded thanks to the support of the fantastic players of People's Postcode Lottery.