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تعليقات حول - ‪Offa's Dyke Path National Trail‬, ‪Shropshire‬

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‪An outstanding section of Offa's Dyke path‬
‪مارس 2011‬
‪إذا كنت ترغب المشي كسر أي من التمتع أكثر من سلوج في المناظر الطبيعية جميلة والرصينة، يمكنك يصعب القيام أفضل من تغطية تمتد أبيرجافيني إلى نايتون لمسار دايك في أوفا. يمكن أن تغطي به 50 ميلا العبور الويلزية مريح في 3-4 أيام. لقد وجدت الريف الجبلية المدهش فارغة، أساسا المزارع والخراف، إعطاء شعور لا مثيل لها من سكون وهدوء. ولكن كنت سعيداً أن يسافر الجنوب إلى الشمال عند عاصفة تهب على ريدج هيرجيست! وهناك جاذبية المدن الصغيرة طريقها تصفح حولها، مثل القش وكينتون وبريستيجني. حتى الكثير من تسريب ثقافية وتاريخية هناك، ومريحة توقف الليلة الماضية! يمكنك الحصول على أبيرجافيني بالقطار والعودة من نايتون (الملاحظة، فقط 4 قطارات يوميا!). القطارات المحلية مريحة ونظيفة والمواعيد. وهناك أماكن كثيرة ومتنوعة على البقاء كل ليلة. الحصول على قائمة الإقامة من "مركز دايك" في أوفا (نايتون)، وبقي في دار الضيافة، وفندق، وحانة والمزرعة. لقد وجدت الإقامة على طول الطريق من جيدة متنوعة القياسية وتضمن حفل استقبال ودية، التي تضاف إلى التمتع. من دواعي السرور إلى الاعتقاد بأن هذه الزيارة قصيرة نسبيا، الخالية من الكربون، وغير مكلفة اتخذت لي عالم بعيداً عن بيتي الحضرية.‬

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sstaley
‪Brentwood‬, UK664 مساهمة
زوجان • ديسمبر 2021
‪Spectacular views of the Shropshires Hills, Montgomery Canal and Clwydian Mountains. We went there during wintertime, so it was not an easy one. Although we enjoyed the walk, even our dog had a great time.

We stayed at Mill Farm Cottage, which is only a 10mins drive to Offa’s Dkye.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 19 مايو 2022
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David0ff82
ليفربول, UK939 مساهمة
أغسطس 2019
‪Was in the area August 2019 with my partner, his sister and her family we headed to the platform area which has benches and views across out to the sea, whilst my partners sister sat and read a book the rest of did the walk taking in some more lovely views. Pathways becomes narrow in places and at times there is quite a drop to one side. As long as you take care the walk is enjoyable.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 29 يوليو 2020
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Dwain L
‪Leominster‬, UKمساهمة
رجال الأعمال • أكتوبر 2019
‪On October 10th 2019 to October 20th 2019, a group of 3 veterans and a wife to a veteran (suffering with PTSD) 2 women 2 men set out from Prestatyn using just a small little book map and a compass, on a typical Welsh morning (chilly but sunnyish) at 0930 on a charity walk for the FIRST LIGHT TRUST raising awareness for HOMELESS VETERANS and PTSD. At the time of the walk I was also homeless and still struggling with PTSD. During the whole experience along the route we seen some truly amazing views and sights and met some very nice, kind and friendly people. 1 very kind and helpful family actually let us set up camp in there back garden for the night and also charged our phones and gave us the use of a proper toilet 👍. We completed the route in 10 days, sleeping in tents to show the hardship and suffering our veterans are going through. The weather was pretty grim at night lots of rain (time of the year) and some days. It's a fantastic challenge and I'll be truthful it's not an easy route but with the right attitude and DETERMINATION (THERE'S A LOT OF UP'S AND DOWNS) and some good navigation skills as some of the route is not very well sign posted or maintained. We also noticed some farmers have knocked down sign posts to stop people going across their fields. Some farmers have actually made footpaths across their fields so you can stick to the route. The joy and feeling we all had and felt completing the route was a massive achievement and fantastic effort by our little 4 man team and our support man transporting our tents to each night's stop and doing brew duty. I would definitely recommend the route but I think it's a good idea to plan the route for the warmer months of the year because of 2 reason's: (1) we only had 8 hours of daylight to cover 17.5 miles and with some of the terrain we experienced and climbs and decents made covering ground a bit tricky. (2) Due to the time of year and the weather making everything soaked it made drying our tents virtually impossible (we wanted that anyway to raise awareness for our cause) and it's not pleasant at times. But if your slightly hard-core and like a challenge take it on you will not be disappointed‬
كُتب بتاريخ 9 مايو 2020
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Gordon L
لندن, UK129 مساهمة
يناير 2020
‪There being a gap in the typically wet and cold month of January gave me the opportunity to spend 6 days walking from Prestatyn to Knighton - some 100 miles or thereabouts.

I was very lucky with the weather, which was exceptionally warm for some days, for this time of year. The 100 miles were walked over 6 days; 4 days were 20 milers and the remaining 20 miles were spread over 2 days, to give my feet a rest.

It must be said that January is a month to experience the pathway at a very quiet time of year, in colder temperatures where it is also extremely wet underfoot. In addition - and this is important - daylight is restricted to 8 hours per day. Therefore my route planning was never over ambitious. However it was challenging to reach my daily targets at times. At this time of year, it is worth limiting your distance to an absolute maximum of 15 miles, if carrying a pack (as I was) and if you want to enjoy the views.

I also recommend not trying to do long distances on this path at this time of year, with a pack, unless you are fit, prepared to get your feet wet, carrying spare warm kit, (incl gloves, hat, spare warm tops), carrying a decent torch and using walking poles. Trust me, at this time of year given ground conditions, you won't regret them. Without them there are two hills I would have struggled to climb due to their gradient and slipperiness.

I started each of the 20 mile days before sunrise, but when there was enough visibility to walk.

In general, the views throughout were absolutely stunning. At times, the low sun in the morning made for some wonderfully warming emotions and amazing scenery. The people I met were friendly and engaging as were the owners/staff of the various establishments I stayed at.

Talking of which, if you are going solo, or at least as a group without the aid of a touring company, the following tips may be helpful:

Broadly you will be able to find accommodation on or close to the trail. Book in advance.

If you need a taxi from a stopping point to your evening chambers, you will be able to find one. I researched all this before I left, and booked the cab an hour or two before reaching the daily stopping point (and would then get a taxi back the following morning). I stopped in:

Ruthin (excellent accommodation options including the Castle Hotel)
Llangollen (to my mind, a down at heel place with one of the worst hotels (AVOID BENSONS)
Oswestry (Premier Lodge with Bath and a large Morrisons nearby. Launderette in town. Not too fond of the pubs there.
Llanymynech Didn't stay there but wish I had. Excellent bar/hotel (Bradford Arms) run by a lovely ex RAF man). Book in advance. Right on the path.
Near Welshpool - Heath Cottage B&B (wonderful place, they even washed my socks overnight and picked me up/dropped me off from Montgomery
Knighton (finish point), the Horse and Jockey. Expensive room but the bath alone was well worth it. Great Beer, launderette in town and a really good fish and chip shop.

The path is well signposted/waymarked, but do concentrate on looking out for, and following, the signs with the ubiquitous 'Acorn' logo.

Mobile comms were excellent throughout, aside from the area north of Knighton (the most challenging, physically) due to the topography.

Navigation was easy due to the abundant number of signs and waymarkers. However, when the fog was down, there were a few occasions where I strayed off the track somewhat. However, where the dyke exists, this is the best feature you have to use as a navigating aid. You can't go too wrong if you follow it.

All in all I would recommend, unhesitatingly, this trail. Aside from the at times very uncomfortable weather, the physical and emotional experience is one of the best of my life, from the views, the challenge and the people you encounter along the way. It can be bit rustic in places but that is the charm of the borders.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 23 يناير 2020
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Peter D
8 مساهمات
سبتمبر 2019
‪I'm one of the B&B owners that Celtic Trails use for their walks along the Wye Valley walk. Today they phoned me to say that a chap who was booked in tomorrow wasn't walking as he is feeling unwell and would it be OK for him to arrive early.
I'm impressed that they make the effort to keep people informed when things go a little awry and that they look after their guests.
We try to accommodate any hitches along the way but when others make the effort too it goes much better! Thanks guys,‬
كُتب بتاريخ 30 سبتمبر 2019
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Chris W
17 مساهمة
سبتمبر 2019
‪We walked 7 days from Chepstow to Knighton in first week of September 2019. It's a superb trail through beautiful landscape all the way. We were surprised to see almost no walkers on this path. The path has excellent way-marking except for the stretch from The Hendre to Pandy where we got lost a couple of times. Guide books mention hundreds of stiles but we found that nearly all have been replaced recently by high quality kissing gates. The scenery is gorgeous throughout. Beautiful woodland in Wye Valley, rolling farmland from Monmouth to Pandy which includes the exquiste 12th century White Castle, the tremendous ridge of high level moorland of the Black, finally the very pretty hills from Hay to Knighton. My walking app stats: 90 miles total, 11,500 feet ascent. We walked 13 and a half miles average for 6 days, plus a 6 mile half day. This was about right for a couple of fairly fit late 60s walkers. There are a lot of hills, always up and down, but the path is well maintained for much of its length. Our itinerary: 1.Chepstow (Sedbury Cliffs) to Prospect Cottage (highly recommend). 2. Prospect to Penylan Farm (near The Hendre) - lovely accommodation. 3. Penylan Farm to Pandy. 4. Pandy to Llanthony (this was our 6 mile half day but is a 1400 ascent over the southern ridge of Black Mountains). 5. Llanthony to Hay on Wye. 6. Hay to Kington. 7. Kington to Knighton. A splendid walk through gorgeous scenery.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 9 سبتمبر 2019
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Caroline B
‪Chichester‬, UK1,977 مساهمة
زوجان • يونيو 2019
‪We passed through this area on the Wales and wished we had been able to spend more time there to appreciate the landscape of this 8th Century earthwork built by Offa, the King of Mercia.

We were able to discover more detail in the town of Knighton which had great character and worth stopping.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 10 يوليو 2019
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763DaveW
برمنجهام, UK21 مساهمة
الأصدقاء • يونيو 2019
‪We've walked a number of National Trails. To start with the negatives, this is by some margin the worst maintained National trail I have walked on (but I do think the competition is strong in this area). Areas of this path were overgrown (we went in late June after a wet month) and more than ankle deep in slurry (once you'd moved the cows out of the way - north of Welshpool). There are some significant trip / fall hazards - especially in the wet. If it's wet you will get mucky! HOWEVER, the scenery is special, the path varied, the hotels we stayed at en route are much better than average too. In the right gear, this is an epic path. If you've done the Thames Path or South Downs Way and think this might be similar - you'll be disabused of this notion quite quickly - but it is an experience you won't forget or regret (once you've dried out)‬
كُتب بتاريخ 27 يونيو 2019
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Love to Travel
‪Potters Bar‬, UK732 مساهمة
زوجان • أبريل 2019
‪Finally completed the last sections of this walk. We have completed this on odd long weekends over several years and amazingly for the most part have had fantastic weather which goes a long way to making a hike like this very enjoyable.
We started in the south and walked north which I am pleased about as it means that you finish on the coast, not in the middle of nowhere.
We broke we walk up differently to the guides to suit the distances we wanted to cover, especially on travelling days and although we did cover the odd 19miler we generally walked 10 to 12 miles a day. Many of the days have significant ascent and descent so consider this in your planning if you are like us and come from a flatter part of the country.
We stayed in some lovely villages, ate great food and share drinks with some lovely people.
A great national trail to do. Very well sign posted. Transport isn't easy and often 2 cars one parked at each end is the only way to go.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 24 أبريل 2019
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Greg A
لندن, UK343 مساهمة
زوجان • مارس 2019
‪We walked part of the path from Hay Bluff in the Brecon Beacons. Unfortunately we chose a day of 50mph gales so we had to turn back as the ridge was on very high ground, but the views were stunning. We have unfinished business and will definitely return!‬
كُتب بتاريخ 11 مارس 2019
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