Glyndwrs Way Long Distance Path Directory
On Glyndwrs Way by Afon Dyfi/ River Dovey near Machynlleth
Glyndwrs Way, opened in 2002 is the latest National Trail in Wales. The 132 mile route runs through some of the finest scenery in Wales. It is named after Owain Glyndwr, the legendary Welsh leader who led a successful revolt against the English in 1400. The walk goes through a variety of scenery and terrain, from river edge, through ancient woodland, above lakes and reservoirs and into open hill-country. The route follows a line through long green valleys and secluded hill-country of the Radnorshire Hills where much of Glyndwrs campaign against the English was conducted.
Open Source Maps
The best web sites for General Information and Planning:
National Trails of Great Britain
Comprehensive site providing details on the route. Includes an accommodation guide, booking service providers, maps required.
The best web sites for Guided Walking:
None available at present
The web sites that organise accommodation and/ or baggage transfer:
The Walking Holiday Company
have a range of itineraries and route options for the walk all including accommodation and baggage transfer for the whole walk.
Full self guided walkers service provided.
have a full complement of services for the walk to make your walking experience an enjoyable one.
Full range of self guided walking services. Very good web site navigation.
Based in Machynlleth this service covers transfers for Glyndwrs Way and central Wales. Includes bicycles and pets.
The best web sites for you to plan your accommodation:
S H Systems
Excellent range of accommodation. Just type in the location to bring up a list of accommodation in the area. You can sort by price, postcode or rating.
The Glyndwr's Way Association's
site is a brilliant interactive website which makes finding accommodation for the walk both easy and fun.
The best personal journals of the walk:
Kevin has compiled a wonderful report with photographs taken along the full length of the Glyndwr's Way
The essential sites for safety advice and emergency services:
Practical walking advice on keeping safe including a guide to map reading, navigation and a detailed list of the essential gear required on a long distance walk.
Mountain Rescue UK
You may need them so take their advice.
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Postscript: My walk reports are not route guides and should not be treated as such. They are written with personal reflections of my walks)