TGO’s Will Renwick shares his own route itinerary for one of Britain’s best long-distance trails, the 186-mile Offa’s Dyke Path


Day 1: Sedbury near Chepstow to Monmouth
28.3km/ 17.7 miles
Camp at: Mono Bridge Caravan and Camping (01600 714004)

Day 2: Monmouth to Pandy
25.5km/16 miles
Camp at: The Rising Run Inn (01873 890254)

Day 3: Pandy to Hay-on-Wye
25km /16 miles
Camp at : Racquety Farm (01497 821520)

Day 4: Hay-on-Wye to Kington
24km/15 miles
Camp at: Fleace Meadow Park (01544 231235)

Day 5: Kington to Knighton
22km/14 miles
Camp at: Panpwnton Farm (01547 528112)

Day 6: Knighton to Mellington Hall (22km/14 miles)
Camp at: Mellington Hall Caravan Park (01588 620011)

Day 7: Mellington Hall to Four Crosses
32.5km/ 20 miles
Camp at: The Golden Lion Hotel (01691 830295)

Day 8: Four Crosses to Chirk
34km/21 miles
Camp at: I’ve always had to wild camp here but there is camping off-route at Wern Isaf, Llangollen
(01978 860632)

Day 9: Chirk to Llandegla
17.5km/11 miles
Camp at: Llyn Rhys Campsite (01978 790627)

Day 10: Llandegla to Bodfari
28km/17.5miles
Camp at: Tyn yr Eithin (01745 813211)

Day 11: Bodfari to Prestatyn
19km/ 12 miles

 

Get more info at the trail’s website here.