GPS Cycle and Walking Routes


Glyndwr's Way

135 miles (217 km)

Starting at Knighton on the English/Welsh border follow this wonderful 135 mile long trail through some of the most stunning landscape in Wales.
For more information on this trail please visit the National Trail web site

Glyndwr's Way OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking

Glyndwr's Way Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Open Street Map with Location tracking

Cycle Routes and Walking Routes Nearby

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Knighton

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Near Aberhosan

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Dylife Gorge

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Machynlleth

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Lake Vyrnwy

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River Vyrnwy

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The finish point at Welshpool

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Route Highlights

Knighton

This small market town marks the start of the trail. It lies on the River Teme (pictured) and straddles the English-Welsh border.

Llanidloes

A popular place with walkers, this pleasant town is right on the trail and has plenty of amenities. It is situated on the River Severn, which you'll cross as you pass through the town.

Clywedog reservoir

Popular area with scenic walks and wildlife watching. Has a concrete buttress dam that is the tallest in the UK.

Dylife Gorge

Stunning gorge carved during the last Ice age. It is headed by the Ffrwd Fawr Waterfall.

Machynlleth

Attractive market town with good transport links

Lake Vyrnwy

Beautiful lake and Nature Reserve with a dam (right), built in the 1880s, which was the first of its kind in the world. Now run by the RSPB the estate also includes Rhiwargor Falls and a Sculpture trail.

River Vyrnwy

At Dolanog you cross the River Vyrnwy which you follow for the next few miles.

Welshpool

The town of Welshpool marks the end of the trail.

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GPS Files

GPX File

Glyndwrs Way.gpx (right click - 'Save As')