Offa's Dyke continues over the fields to the east of Montgomery to reach Pound House providing a long stretch of almost level walking with the dyke at various heights.
The route is a mix of field paths, quiet lanes and woodland, providing views over the valley of the Severn, with the connection to Welshpool made by the Montgomery Canal, now part of a large network known as the Shropshire Union.
By Buttington Bridge the path has covered well over 100 miles. Note how much trees have played a major role in the passing landscape. Woodland often lines the dyke to say nothing of miles of hawthorn that mark out field boundaries.
Go to Walk 9.
Theme for this walk: The Musical Cosmos