Offa's Dyke: Knighton to Newcastle, Teme to Clun, 8 m
Crossing the hills from Knighton to the Clun Valley provides some of the best sections of Offa's Dyke. As the dyke follows the western side of Llanfair Hill it reaches its highest elevation at about 430 m.
After the steep climb to Panpunton Hill, the dyke is followed or in sight for virtually the whole of this section, with some fine views of both the Teme and Clun valleys.
The next town of any size close to this section of the OD path is Montgomery, over 18 miles distant, so those traveling to join the route at Knighton will probably appreciate this half-day walk.
Go to Walk 7.
Theme for this walk: Making Waves