What our customers say about our
|What our customers say:|
|"Thank you for arranging this (walking holiday on Offa's Dyke Path) and previous trips for us". C and S Bean UK 2017|
|"Thanks for a great holiday. I hope we can repeat in Scotland in 2018." T & R Perram, Australia 2017|
enjoyed the walk and found the accommodation and baggage transfer efficient
and punctual. All in all, no complaints at all". Peter
Monaghan, UK 2014
good choices of accommodations. My holiday came up to my expectations very
much. An excellent experience and will recommend your company to others" Don
Bryan, UK 2014
"May I thank you for making the arrangements for my first part of Offa's Dyke Path". Derek Goodway, UK 2012
|The walking trail officially opened in 1971 but this long-distance hiking path follows an earthwork of much greater antiquity. Built by King Offa of Mercia in the 8th century, Offa's Dyke formed the ancient frontier between England and Wales. There are no border skirmishes these days, but you'll find miles of quiet, uninterrupted Welsh countryside, stunning mountain ranges and a plethora of wildlife.|
Offa's Dyke Path, is one of Wales's long distance walking trails, between
Wales' North coast at Prestatyn and the mouth of the River Wye and the Severn
estuary at Chepstow, via Llangollen , River Dee, Knighton, Hay-on-Wye, Llanthony
Abbey, Tintern Abbey and Chepstow.
The Offa's Dyke Path is a 177 mile way-marked long-distance walking trail. This hiking tour can be walked in either direction.
Welsh self guided walking holiday hikes through some of the highlights of
Wales and is a great introduction to walking holidays in Wales and the UK.
The Offa's Dyke Path passes through some of Wales's most spectacular landscapes
full of wildlife and heritage.
The Offa's Dyke walking trail is clearly way-marked to provide reassurance on your walking holiday in Wales.
|You'll encounter the Severn and Wye Rivers as the walking path winds between Denbighshire and Monmouthshire. Cultural heritage sites are in abundance, from the Palaeolithic Pontnewydd Cave, home to Wales' earliest known settlers, to the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct from the Industrial Age. This is a strenuous walking holiday, so we have carefully selected comfortable accommodation to ensure you are well rested each night!|
can walk this hiking tour over 15 days at about 12 miles per day. If you
do not have a fortnight available, you can walk it in 2 separate week, perhaps
breaking at Knighton.
This walking holiday in the UK operates March to October and in either direction.
Short walking breaks are also available, with 2 or 3 days walking. Just select the part of the path you want to walk.
The above distances are only a suggestion. If you would like to walk longer or shorter distances, we can arrange that too.
Online booking available. A deposit of £55 per person is required to secure the booking, with the balance due 6 weeks before departure.
|How to get there|
Plane to Bristol, Cardiff or Manchester, where we can arrange transfer
to Prestatyn or Chepstow
By Car to Prestatyn or Chepstow where parking is available
By Train / Bus to Prestatyn or Chepstow
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