Valley Walks

by Webmaster, 18th June 2019

Where there are hills, there are valleys, and the Border counties have plenty to explore. These walks, taking in woodland, rivers and flower-filled meadows, each offer something different

Every valley is different. If you give it your full attention, you can always find something unique. It can be anything from a charming pub or village in a large river valley, to a carpet of wildflowers in a ‘neglected’ meadow. Perhaps, in a smaller vale, you might uncover a waterfall that few venture to, or even a perfect picnic spot you can enjoy all to yourself.

These walks are all long enough for you to spend a whole day getting to know the nature of each valley – its shape, its character, its wildlife.

ROUTE 1 – Over hills and streams in the Shropshire countryside

ROUTE 2 – Through trees and fields in rural Powys

ROUTE 3 – Hug the Clywedog River on a trail created as a gift


Route inaccessible? If you find that any of the routes featured on walesandborders.com has become inaccessible in any way, do let us know so we can alert the necessary authorities on your behalf. You can email the Web Editor at webeditor@borderpublishing.com

For the full feature on valley walks, see the July 2019 issue of Welsh Border Life. For back issues, click here.


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