For 135 miles the Glyndŵr's Way traverses the county of Powys in Wales. The journey takes the walker over a wealth of green hills, and past more sheep than you can shake a stick at.
In a rural area with few people, and even fewer walkers, the Glyndŵr's Way is an ideal walk to get away from the world. Or, indeed, a Royal Wedding.
It's also quite good for bizairre pubs which are stuck in some sort of 1970s timewarp too.
Read about the journey below, or get the ebook. Walking with the Last Prince is available for all good e-readers.
Published 16 April 2013
April 2011 and the United Kingdom was in royal wedding fever. So what better reason to escape it all and head out to Wales?
Published 18 April 2013
Just who was the last Welshman to hold the title of Prince of Wales?
Published 23 April 2013
The Glyndŵr’s Way gets on its way as it leaves Knighton and heads deeper in to Powys.
Published 25 April 2013
Locked gates and handy benches as the Glyndŵr’s Way heads to the ruined abbey at Abbeycwmhir.
Published 30 April 2013
It’s hard work but the views are worth it as the Glyndŵr’s Way heads to the market town of Llanidloes with the sun shining brightly.
Published 2 May 2013
Powys’s lead mining heritage, a giant reservoir and dam, a lost camera and a pub in the middle of nowhere.
Published 7 May 2013
Murder, mines and zig-zagging paths to the bright lights of Mach.
Published 9 May 2013
The bustling town of Mach is left behind as the trail heads on a journey through quieter pastures.
Published 15 May 2013
Who would want to watch a Royal Wedding when they can traverse Wales in search of a massive reservoir and dam?
Published 22 May 2013
Is there actually anyone else in Powys? Why yes! Two very loud dogs.
Published 29 May 2013
The bunting is out in Welshpool as we reach the end of the Glyndŵr’s Way.
Published 6 June 2013
Everything you need to plan your walking trip through the delightful Powys countryside, on the Glyndŵr’s Way.
Published 5 June 2011
The Glyndŵr’s Way takes in some of the finest scenery in Britain, taking the walker on a journey through the stunning views of rural mid-Wales. And that means great photos.
Published 2 June 2013
135 miles of walking had led you to what?
Published 23 October 2012
April 2011. I’m in Wales. I’m walking the Glyndŵr’s Way. And I have a notepad. Every night I diligently write down extensive notes. Notes that will make a series of articles for this website; maybe even a book. Who knows.