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Wyeder Trailes

There are numerous trails intersecting the Wye basin some of which are national trails such as 'Glyndwrs Way' and the spectacular 'Offa's Dyke Path.' Many more touch on the Wye and tell its story as well as their own. The 'Epynt Way' that borders the Wye Valley near Builth Wells is a fine example. Here we explore the Wyeder trails so that you may enjoy the Wye region more intimately through the eyes of other paths. These pages are currently being worked on. 

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Glyndwrs Way

Access to the very upper reaches of the Wye and the Off Piste path to the summit of Plynlimon is easy and handy from here. There off the A44 is a small car park opposite the Sweet Lamb estate entrance at Pont Rhydgaled that's safe for the day or night.  Public transport can also be used. We've named this trail the 'Off Piste Rally Trail.'

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Explore the Waters

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Inspired by the Landscape

Offa's Dyke

There are two routes up to the Wye and Plynlimon from this area called, the 'Pig Trail and the Jones Trail.'  There is car parking to start beside the Nant Y Moch reservoir or you could hike in using public transport. Both routes are inspiring yet very different with different views either North/North East and West or East & West depending on your choice. 

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Gateways to Inspiration

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Epynt Way

There are again another two routes up to the Wye and the summit of Plynlimon from here one called the ''Chris Bonington' route the other we've named as the 'Free N Easy' Route. The advantage here is that there is a relatively secure car park, which you have to pay the farm for. You can of course use public transport what with a bus stop opposite. 

Know The Wye Region
- Walk The Trails That
Connect It Up 

Elan Way

There are two routes up to the Wye and Plynlimon from this area called, the 'Pig Trail and the Jones Trail.'  There is car parking to start beside the Nant Y Moch reservoir or you could hike in using public transport. Both routes are inspiring yet very different with different views either North/North East and West or East & West depending on your choice. 

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Monks Trodd

There are again another two routes up to the Wye and the summit of Plynlimon from here one called the ''Chris Bonington' route the other we've named as the 'Free N Easy' Route. The advantage here is that there is a relatively secure car park, which you have to pay the farm for. You can of course use public transport what with a bus stop opposite. 

Mortimer Trail

There are two routes up to the Wye and Plynlimon from this area called, the 'Pig Trail and the Jones Trail.'  There is car parking to start beside the Nant Y Moch reservoir or you could hike in using public transport. Both routes are inspiring yet very different with different views either North/North East and West or East & West depending on your choice. 

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Beacons Way

There are again another two routes up to the Wye and the summit of Plynlimon from here one called the ''Chris Bonington' route the other we've named as the 'Free N Easy' Route. The advantage here is that there is a relatively secure car park, which you have to pay the farm for. You can of course use public transport what with a bus stop opposite. 

Cambrian Way

There are two routes up to the Wye and Plynlimon from this area called, the 'Pig Trail and the Jones Trail.'  There is car parking to start beside the Nant Y Moch reservoir or you could hike in using public transport. Both routes are inspiring yet very different with different views either North/North East and West or East & West depending on your choice. 

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Herefordshire Trail

There are again another two routes up to the Wye and the summit of Plynlimon from here one called the ''Chris Bonington' route the other we've named as the 'Free N Easy' Route. The advantage here is that there is a relatively secure car park, which you have to pay the farm for. You can of course use public transport what with a bus stop opposite. 

Heart Of Wales

There are two routes up to the Wye and Plynlimon from this area called, the 'Pig Trail and the Jones Trail.'  There is car parking to start beside the Nant Y Moch reservoir or you could hike in using public transport. Both routes are inspiring yet very different with different views either North/North East and West or East & West depending on your choice. 

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