Explore the beautiful Welsh Marches, historic market towns and pretty villages with one of the self guided maps below.
For more information on walks in the area contact the Offa’s Dyke Centre Email:email@example.com
Knighton Town Walks
Knighton Town trail starts outside the Offa’s Dyke Centre and Tourist Information Centre where you can find maps, guides and books about the area. The Offa’s Dyke Centre has ample parking behind the building.
Knighton Town Trail.pdf – includes photos and map
Knighton Town Trail- no photos.pdf – no photos, map only
Llwybr Tre Tref-y-Clawdd – gan gynnwys lluniau a map
Knighton Nature Trails
Knighton is surrounded by lots of wildlife and natural habitats, from otters in the Teme to polecats on the lanes at night.
If you would like to see some wildlife and nature here is a walk for you, starting and finishing in the town and including the riverside and Kinsley Wood.
Knighton Nature Trail.pdf – includes map
Knighton Nature Trail.pdf – with photos
Knighton & Teme Valley Walks
A few miles up the Teme Valley are some pretty villages and lovely wild country. Explore the Beacon Hill nature reserve, and other parts of the valley, with these walks.
You will need to take the car, or the Felindre bus, to reach some of the walks. Treat yourself to a meal in one of the old pubs up the valley (Knucklas, Lloyney and Beguildy) afterwards!
Beguildy Circular Trail.pdf – includes map – 7.7km or 4.8miles
Circular walk from Dutlas.pdf – with photos- 3 miles
Dutlas to Becon Hill.pdf – with map – 8km or 5 miles
Knighton Circular Walks.pdf fromEast Radnor Group of the Ramblers’ Association. Walks range from 8.5km to 18km
Knighton, Offa’s Dyke Path, Panpunton Hill and Holloway Rocks from Powys Ramblers. Walks range from 14km to 9miles
More walks in the Knighton area
Walks and local information available from the Offa’s Dyke Centre or the Tower House Gallery
Ten Circular Walks in the upper Teme valley
Walks around Knighton- Jane Griffiths
Walks from the Heart of Wales line- David Perrott
Glyndwr’s Way- Mike Salter
Offa’s Dyke Path North/South- Ernie and Kathy Kay
Offa’s Dyke Path- David Hunter
The Drover’s Roads of the Middle Marches- Wayne Smith