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Offa's Dyke Path North: Knighton to Prestatyn

by Ernie Kay

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We planned to walk the "Offa" northbound in July 2006. Bad move. Due to the heat I had to split from our small team after 15 days, in Chirk. I returned in May 2007 to walk the rest. Because my sister and I are an unorganised lot, we didn't get a map in time. So we took along this guidebook in a protective cover as our map'n'guide. A bit cumbersome, but worth it. The maps are standard OS maps 1:25000 and the Path is clearly marked, so you cannot go wrong. In one or two instances, the placing of the maps led to a bit of confusion, but the text of the guide clears that up, quickly. The guide also has a few circular walks off the Path, as well as a number of fine colour photographs. The "Useful Information" chapter points you in the right direction for obtaining up-to-date info on public transport (notoriously patchy) and accomodation (the annual "Where to stay" booklet, published by the Offa's Dyke Path Association, is the best source). ( )
  GirlFromIpanema | Jul 21, 2007 |
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'Offa's Dyke Path North' follows the great earthwork built by the King of Mercia along the Welsh border from the River Severn to the north Welsh coast. This guide covers the 97-mile northern half of the route.

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