Glyndŵr’s Way National Trail
Glyndŵr’s Way (or Glyndwrs Way) is a walking holiday through some of the finest wild scenery in Wales. Named after Owain Glyndŵr, the legendary Welsh nobleman who led a successful revolt against English domination in 1401, The Glyndŵr’s Way is the most recent of Wales’s three designated National Trails.
- Take respite in the tranquil and sparsely populated Mid-Wales countryside
- Visit and stay in charming market towns, including Llanidloes
- Walk one of Britain's newest National Trails
- Machynlleth, where Owain Glyndŵr set up his parliament
- Visit the Centre for Alternative Technology, a hub for inspiring and informing people about sustainable development
- Highest point at Foel Fadian (1,650ft) from which on a clear day views stretch out along the majestic Dulas Valley