Glyndŵr’s Way is one of the 16 National Trails of England and Wales. The route is named after Owain Glyndŵr, the 15th century warrior/statesman who attempted to establish an independent Welsh nation. The route is not mountainous but is very, as it circles through the remote and lightly populated areas of mid Wales associated with Owain Glyndŵr. The route starts in the small town of Knighton, heads west into deepest Wales into the hills before circling back to Welshpool, situated on the English border
Lockdown rules allowing I will be running a supported attempt of this route in June 2021.
Date now confirmed, will be starting on 31/05/21. Tracking info will be available.