Offa's Dyke National TrailiFrame
Celebrating 40 years as a National Trail.
The Offa's Dyke National Trail was established as a National Trail in July 1971. It established a 177 mile long distance walking route along the English Welsh border from Chepstow to Prestayn. The route is based along the 8th century earth work built by King Offa of Mercia to mark the boundary between the Kingdom of Mercia, now the English Midlands and Wales.
In Denbighshire the Offa's Dyke Path takes in the spectacular landscapes around Llangollen and the Eglwyseg Escarpment, Ruabon Mountain Llandegla and follows the magnificent chain of hills of the Clwydian Range.