geograph-678357-by-Trevor-RickardGateway to the Whimble from the bridleway at the edge of the wood looking eastwards up the spine of this distinctive hill.

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Knighton circular walks

The East Radnor Group publish a free booklet of walks around Knighton, see here. (You will need a PDF reader to view this; we recommend Foxit Reader available here.)

Walks you will enjoy

These walks are offered by the East Radnor Group and have been available from various local centres and by mail for many years, now in its 3rd edition.

They are offered here for your enjoyment and are free to download; however, if you would like a full set, pocket sized (approx 200x90mm), on waterproof paper, in a plastic wallet, then please send a cheque for £3 made out to “East Radnor Publications” with request letter with your address to the Group Secretary (see East Radnor Group page).

WALKS YOU WILL ENJOY – with East Radnor Ramblers (3rd Edition; editor Kevin Jones)

You may import the routes into your GPS from this set of GPX files: WYWE GPX

List of Walks

  1. Bredwardine, Wye Valley Walk and Arthur’s Stone
  2. Stowe Hill, Cwm Wood, Holloway Rocks and Ragged Kingdom
  3. Monaughty, Black Hill, Pilleth and Bryn Glas
  4. Whitton, Upper Litton, Pentre and Cascob
  5. New Radnor, Mutton Dingle, Stanlo Tump, Radnor Forest and Whimble
  6. Llanfihangel-Nant-Melan, Fforest Inn, Water-Break-Its Neck
  7. Shobdon Arches, Shobdon Hill Wood, Uphampton and Covenhope
  8. Croft Castle, Yatton Hill, Croft Ambrey and Bircher Common
  9. Norton, Old Impton Farm, Offa’s Dyke Path and Taylors Wood
  10. Presteigne, Stapleton Castle, Willey Court and Stocking Wood
  11. Wigmore, Bamett Wood and Lower Lye
  12. Lingen, Birtley Cross and Harley’s Mountain
  13. Ditchyeld Bridge, Old Burfa, Discoed and Thorn
  14. Bleddfa, Fishpools, Rhiw Pool and St. Michael’s Pool
  15. Kington, Herrock Hill, Rushock Hill and Bradnor Hill
  16. Titley, Nash and Little Brampton
  17. Knighton, Offa’s Dyke Path, Panpunton Hill, and Holloway Rocks
  18. Llynheilyn, Black Yatt, Cwm Kesty and Gwauncestre Hill











Published By East Radnor Group, The Ramblers; the charity working for walkers, Reg. Charity 1093577

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