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'Where Wales Begins'
The OS map reference for these walks in the Welshpool area is sheet 125/126

Maps and further information on all the walks are available from the Tourist Information Centre

See also: www.meanderholidays.co.uk/walks.php?walk=55 - For a pre-arranged but self-guided dog friendly route starting in the middle of Welshpool and follows the Montgomeryshire canal along the Severn valleyddle of Welshpoo

Glyndwr's Way
Offa's Dyke Path

Ann Griffiths Walk
Severn Way
Montgomery Canal Towpath
Perhaps the best way to experience the countryside in Wales is by walking some of the trails shown.

Welshpool is fortunate in having two National Trails within close proximity of the Town; Offa's Dyke path runs to the East and the historically significant Glyndwr's Way completes its 132 mile trek in Welshpool. The Ann Griffiths Walk, used together with Glyndwr's Way, makes for an excellent looped walk weaving though the stunning Vyrnwy Valley.

The Severn Way and Canal Towpath also provide the opportunity for walkers to experience different natural habitats, and venture into the heart of the unspoilt rural landscape and market towns.