Offa's Dyke: Kington to Knighton, back to the Dyke, 14 m
In this section, the path rejoins the dyke itself, which hasn't been seen since leaving Highbury Wood near Lower Redbrook in the Forest of Dean. The dyke's course in the intervening miles is fragmented with sections appearing near English Bicknor in the Wye Valley. At some points, it is no more than a shallow bank, at others quite impressive.
The way between Kington and Knighton continues across the grain of the land, dipping and rising to provide a procession of wide-ranging views. The finest of these, given the right lighting conditions, is the superb prospect to the west of the wild hills of Radnor Forest.
Go to Walk 6.
Theme for this walk: A Musical Disaster