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ramblers-logo3Powys Ramblers represent members of the Ramblers who reside within or close to the county of Powys in Mid Wales. There are three active groups within the Powys Area: East RadnorFour Wells and the Welshpool Group – See links on the right hand menu.
Powys is the largest County in Wales and comprises the old Welsh Counties of Breconshire, Radnorshire and Montgomeryshire. It contains some of the finest walking areas in Wales including the Brecon Beacons, Radnor Forest, Elan Valley and Plimlimon. Within Powys are vast areas of open access land, miles of footpaths, bridleways and byeways  providing some of the best walking in Wales. There are many long distance trails that pass through or are wholly in Powys including Offa’s Dyke, Wye Valley Walk, Severn Way and Glyndwr’s Way.

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Once in a Blue Moon Walk | St David’s Hospice Care

St. David’s Foundation Hospice Care – St. David’s provides hospice care to over 2000 people with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses

Have you ever wondered where the expression “once in a blue moon” comes from? A blue moon happens when there is a second full moon within a calendar month, and this rare event is next happening on July 31st 2015and we are holding a unique event to celebrate it!

Join us for a once in a blue moon experience, and walk up Pen y fan, the highest peak of the Brecon Beacons to watch the sun set and the moon rise.

Source: Once in a Blue Moon Walk | St David’s Hospice Care

Great Rhos & the Radnor Forest from New Radnor – Powys – Walk 3023 – a walk description from Walking Britain

Great Rhos and its neighbPhoto from the walk - orouring hills form the basis of this Mid-Wales walk from New Radnor. Generally unspolit, the area offfers some excellent walking and this route walks high above deep valleys offering some dramatic views.

Source: Great Rhos & the Radnor Forest from New Radnor – Powys – Walk 3023 – a walk description from Walking Britain

grough — ‘Step off the paths and erode idea of trespass’, ex-Ramblers boss tells Kinder crowd

A former Ramblers boss urged outdoor enthusiasts to start stepping off rights of way in a quest to erode the concept of trespass. Dave Morris, ex-director of the walkers’ charity in Scotland, was speaking at an event commemorating the Kinder Scout Trespass in the Peak District

Source: grough — ‘Step off the paths and erode idea of trespass’, ex-Ramblers boss tells Kinder crowd