Wales - Glyndwr's Way Any Good?

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Re: Wales - Glyndwr's Way Any Good?

Post by dodursley » Wed Feb 07, 2018 10:01 am

there is a gpx file for the walker route here https://www.nationaltrail.co.uk/glyndwrs-way/plan
the file
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Re: Wales - Glyndwr's Way Any Good?

Post by Bryn » Fri Feb 09, 2018 3:32 pm

The Glyndwr's Way route from that thread is a ride I put together for a previous issue of ABR, following the general direction and course of the Glyndwr's Way footpath. It sticks exclusively to tarmac and is a beautiful ride. My favourite part, as someone else has mentioned, is the mountain road between Llanidloes and Macynlleth - just incredible.

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Re: Wales - Glyndwr's Way Any Good?

Post by garyboy » Fri Feb 09, 2018 3:46 pm

thanks for clearing that up, Bryn 8-)
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Re: Wales - Glyndwr's Way Any Good?

Post by Yoyo » Fri Feb 09, 2018 8:33 pm

Bryn wrote:The Glyndwr's Way route from that thread is a ride I put together for a previous issue of ABR, following the general direction and course of the Glyndwr's Way footpath. It sticks exclusively to tarmac and is a beautiful ride. My favourite part, as someone else has mentioned, is the mountain road between Llanidloes and Macynlleth - just incredible.
I rode that Staylittle road for the first time with a ROSPA group last October during storm Brian, didn't see any of the views on the way up North but rode it on the way back to Swansea the next day, stunning views and nice road to ride too. It looked like there was a gravel road going off it, anyone ever investigate that?

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Re: Wales - Glyndwr's Way Any Good?

Post by TomBoyNI » Sat Feb 10, 2018 12:52 am

Bryn wrote:
Fri Feb 09, 2018 3:32 pm
The Glyndwr's Way route from that thread is a ride I put together for a previous issue of ABR, following the general direction and course of the Glyndwr's Way footpath. It sticks exclusively to tarmac and is a beautiful ride. My favourite part, as someone else has mentioned, is the mountain road between Llanidloes and Macynlleth - just incredible.
Thanks for that. It’s in the itinerary now and loaded into the satnav.

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Re: Wales - Glyndwr's Way Any Good?

Post by PaulinBont » Sat Feb 10, 2018 9:06 am

Yoyo wrote:
Fri Feb 09, 2018 8:33 pm
Bryn wrote:The Glyndwr's Way route from that thread is a ride I put together for a previous issue of ABR, following the general direction and course of the Glyndwr's Way footpath. It sticks exclusively to tarmac and is a beautiful ride. My favourite part, as someone else has mentioned, is the mountain road between Llanidloes and Macynlleth - just incredible.
I rode that Staylittle road for the first time with a ROSPA group last October during storm Brian, didn't see any of the views on the way up North but rode it on the way back to Swansea the next day, stunning views and nice road to ride too. It looked like there was a gravel road going off it, anyone ever investigate that?

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The gravel road heads off up to a couple of small lakes. About a year ago, myself , Steve and Pete went to have a little explore ...well worth it :)

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