Offa's Dyke: Oswestry to Trevor Rocks, last remaining section of the Dyke, 15 m
It is in this section that the dyke, for the last time, parts company with the official path, leaving it near the Llangollen Canal to take a more westerly line than the old Mercian border.
While by no means level, the walking is not hard going, but in planning an itinerary, walkers can consider a visit to Chirk Castle.
The last few miles of the walk are spectacular. First, there is the option of following the Llangollen canal tow path over the Thomas Telford's Pontcysyllte aqueduct, a dizzying height over the River Dee. Then after a climb through Trevor Woods the path emerges on the legendary Panorama Walk, overlooking far below the eisteddfod town of Llangollen, reached via a switchback detour over the heights of Castell Dinas Bran.
Go to Walk 12.
Theme for this walk: The Shape of Music