• Montgomery Trails

Walking & Cycling Trails

A Health & Well Being Initiative.

A set of Trails with locals & visitor in mind.
Clearly marked for ease of use and to suit all abilities


Walk 1 ‘Cross Offa’ Point 9 The bridge has been washed away but one can carefully cross the dried up or very small stream at present. We are working with Shropshire to find a solution, hopefully before winter! Between Points 27 and 34 quite a few of the stiles have been replaced by metal footpath gates by the volunteers.


Walk 3 ‘Rolling Marches’ Point 19 The stile footboard has collapsed please take care. Point 27 A new fence has been put in this field meaning there is further stile before you get to the gate in the corner of the field.


Walk 4 ‘Beneath the Ffridd’ Point 10 The grain silo has gone. Aim for grey barns instead. Point 11 The metal gate has gone and it is now just a gateway.


Trail leaflets available from Bunners, Ivy House, The Cottage and the Tourist Information Box at The Pound or look for the posters displaying the QR code to download.



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Walking Trails


Take a leisurely stroll around the medieval street layout of Montgomery to see the town’s architectural and historical heritage. Highlights include; the Georgian Town Hall, St Nicholas Church, The Old Goal, Arthur Street Cottages and the Georgian frontages in Broad Street.

CROSS OFFA (9mi / 14.5km)

A walk straddling the border between England and Wales offering wonderful views of the countryside, with almost no climbing necessary.

OFFA’S DYKE CIRCULAR (4 mi / 6.5km)

Enjoy a ramble through lovely parkland, tranquil farmland paths and a section next to Offa’s Dyke.


The range of hills west of Montgomery can be fully appreciated from this walk over the Rolling Marches landscape.


Step out of Montgomery on to field paths giving delightful views and a flavour of the Montgomeryshire countryside.

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Cycling Trails

LLANDYSSIL AND ABERMULE (11.5 mi / 18 km) An attractive valley route followed by a steady climb, rewards you with fantastic views over the Kerry Ridgeway and as far as Cader Idris on a clear day.


(19.3 mi / 31 km)

A lovely ride on beautiful country lanes, crossing Offa’s Dyke and with an option to detour to Roundton Hill Fort and nature reserve.


(17.5 mi / 28.2 km)

Peaceful, rural lanes offer the opportunity to visit Dolforwyn Castle and to detour along the Montgomery Canal.


(23.7 mi / 33.1 km)

A picturesque ride follows part of Sustrans Route 81 from Leighton, with a detour to Powis Castle being highly recommended.





Montgomery Family Friendly Quiz Trails

Youngsters and families can get active and test their detective skills on the Montgomery family friendly quiz trails throughout the year. Hunt the cars, follow the clues and track down the answers. Have fun in the play park, visit the castle or museums, and have a well-earned cuppa and a treat in one of the town's cafés and hostelries.
Remember to post your prize draw entries in the quiz postbox at the Institute.

There are two family friendly quiz trails: the ‘Town of Little Cars Trail’ is suitable for approximately 4-7 year-olds and the ‘Historic Town Quiz Trail’ for 7-13 year-olds, but both are enjoyable by all ages (grown-ups too!) and an exciting way to find out more about Montgomery.
Quiz sheets are £1.50 each and come with their own Monty Dragon pencil; they can be picked up from...

Montgomery Library
The Dragon Hotel
Castle Kitchen
Ivy House Café and Post Office,
Cloverlands Museum.

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Montgomery Walking Festival Details & Bookings

Click on the button below to go to the Walking Festival website

Walking Festival website

Download Trail Guides


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