Offa's Dyke: Newcastle to Montgomery, crossing the oldest road, 11 m
The path continues its northward progress crossing the eastern edge of the Clun Forest, which, like nearby Kerry, has given its name to a breed of sheep.
The area is intersected by a tangle of narrow winding lanes, hugging the river courses where they can, or are obliged to escape them by steep climbs out of the narrow valleys.
From the summit of the Kerry Ridgway are views that will remain with the walker as a cherished memory of the whole 180-mile route. The remaining six miles from the Kerry Ridgway to Montgomery are all level walking or downhill.
Go to Walk 8.
Theme for this walk: Myth and Music