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Llanfyllin Walks

4 walks local to Llanfyllin available as PDF

North Walk

The Dingle, Ysgbor Newydd, Coed Lletty’r Eos and Bodfach Park A 4-mile walk full of variety, beginning with a delightful wooded dingle and continuing across open pasture with splendid views. More woodland follows, and then a descent through Bodfach Park. No steep climbs apart from a few steps near the start. Two shorter alternative routes of 2 miles and 3 miles.

East Walk

The Dingle, Domen-Gastell Hill and Bwlch-y-Cocsydd Walks of 2 or 4½ miles A varied route that begins with woodland, quiet fields and country lanes. The return is an exhilarating walk over higher ground with extensive views. There are no very steep climbs.

West Walk

Coed-y-Llan and Cefn Llwyni A walk of 4½ miles crossing what was once part of the Town’s Common Lands. Fine views of the Cain, Alan and Abel valleys. This walk can be muddy in places. There are stiles to be crossed.

Lonely Tree Walk & George's Walk

A fine hill-top walk of 2½ miles with shorter variants. Steep in places and occasionally rough underfoot. The views are outstanding.

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Church Pews

Explore the Meini Bywiol Living Stones Trail and discover a wealth of hidden treasures in 15 remarkable churches and chapels across three valleys of North Montgomeryshire.

Experience their unique atmosphere and setting; be amazed by individual achievement and craftsmanship; learn about political and religious exploits; encounter revolutions in architecture, and sense an enduring faith from buildings that remain 'living stones' in the life of their communities.

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