Offa’s Dyke – Classic Walks Itinerary

Walking on Hay Bluff, Offa's Dyke, UK

Offa’s Dyke: Itinerary: Britain’s Offa’s Dyke route is 307 km that takes walkers along the limestone ridge, the scarp of the Cotswold Edge. A wonderful walking holiday. The walk can be done in as little as 12 days, but for a more pleasurable walking experience 15 days plus one rest day, we suggest at knighton, is recommended.  […]

Monmouth Bridge – Offa’s Dyke

Monmouth Bridge on Offa's Dyke

Monmouth Bridge on Offa’s Dyke Offa’s Dyke Walk:  There was a gradual ascent through a series of beech-forested slopes named Quicken Tree Wood, Wyeseal Wood and Creeping Hill. . The sky remained overcast without threat of rain. Once Keith and I had reached the top, we had occasional glimpses of the Wye and again walked upon the Dyke […]

Llanthony – the valley in the heart of Wales

The handsome ruins of Llanthony Abbey

a visit to ancient llanthony We were on the Offa’s Dyke Walk. The handsome ruins of Llanthony Abbey The two miles to Llanthony took us a long time to walk, but eventually we could see the ruins of the famous abbey just below. The rain eased off, but we had become wary of its capricious […]