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A wonderful long distance walk

5 of us spent 2 weeks, that is twelve and a half days walking with one rest day. With careful gps... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Nonie_454
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Lisburn, United Kingdom
Overlooking Tintern

We walked up to the 'Devil's Pulpit' overlooking Tintern Abbey from Tintern, about 3 miles return... read more

Reviewed 14 April 2017
Dave G
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Bicester, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

5 of us spent 2 weeks, that is twelve and a half days walking with one rest day. With careful gps measurements, we calculated that the walk is actually 195 miles, with ascent of 30,000 ft. By far the toughest day was Knighton to Brompton...More

Thank Nonie_454
Reviewed 14 April 2017

We walked up to the 'Devil's Pulpit' overlooking Tintern Abbey from Tintern, about 3 miles return and some height gain from the tramway bridge over the River Wye. A steep and sometimes rocky footpath leads up to Offa's Dyke Path with a short walk along...More

Thank Dave G
Reviewed 28 March 2016

I did a review last year without walking on anything but the beginning, in 2016 my wife and I decided to walk the full length but to do it in manageable stages. We leave our car where we left off the previous time then walk...More

Thank Lewis K
Reviewed 29 September 2015

Sent 12 days hiking this lovely trail over 12 days. Would not necessarily recommend for the beginner hiker - especially Northern end. Might want to consider 14 days.

Thank Ian D
Reviewed 21 July 2015

Offa's Dyke Path either starts or finishes in Prestatyn, could someone let me know the answer to that? Whether it is start or finish the part in Prestatyn is quite impressive for such a little known relic of the distant past. There is a nice...More

Thank Lewis K
Reviewed 29 June 2015

My wife and I walked the path in March 2015 and had a wonderful time. The scenery, the history and especially the people were just spectacular. We went the entire path from Chepstow to Prestatyn which took 13 days. Advice: If you carry your entire...More

4  Thank Tom f
Reviewed 12 April 2015

Walking Offa's Dyke path from Chepstow to Pandy was very well sighn posted and fairly easy walking if you are moderately fit. The countryside was beautiful. We passed through many fields of sheep and lambs so it was important to keep dogs on a lead....More

Thank Maura C
Reviewed 17 March 2015

Offa's duke is makes a great work. It's very quite, but well maintained with s good variety of gradients. Plenty if places to visit along the way.

Thank Dr_David_Horgan
Reviewed 2 August 2014

I did the Chepstow to Knighton stretch in 2004 and came back to complete the Knighton to Prestatyn stretch in July 2014. What an amazing week I had!! There were times when I thought I wouldn't make it but the amazingly beautiful countryside, the lovely...More

3  Thank Fiona L
Reviewed 12 April 2014

I have just finished the northern half of the walk, and had an excellent time. I would recommend the national trail guide as a companion. Accommodation can take a bit of finding in places (Llandegla), and some of the hiking is challenging but well worth...More

1  Thank Andersons103
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