Offa’s Dyke path 50K Charity Walk

In aid of

Clwyd Special Riding Centre

8th September 2018

 

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On the 8th September 2018 a team from IMC, work colleagues and friends will be undertaking a sponsored walk covering 50km from Llanymynech to Llandegla, along the Offa’s Dyke Path. This is being done in aid of Clwyd Special Riding Centre. http://www.clwydspecialridingcentre.co.uk

We have no set target but with your help we would like to raise as much money as possible for this wonderful charity.

 

“My son has Autism and goes horse riding once a week at Clwyd Special Riding Centre which he always looks forward to. This has many therapeutic benefits to help his condition. Clwyd Special Riding Centre relies on volunteers and charitable donations and helps people of all ages with different disabilities. It would be nice if we could help them out in some way”

 

 

The Walk

Llanymynech to Llandegla,

From Llanymynech the trail climbs up by Asterly Rocks onto a wooded hill (208m) and back down to Porth-y-Waen (104m). Then it is over farmland to Nantmawr (129m) where a steep climb up Moelydd Uchaf (271m) is followed by a slow descent to Trefonen (190m) and on through more fields to the foot of a wooded hill (167m). An initially stepp climb through woods opens up at the Old Oswestry race course (327m) The trail continues through farmland at roughly this elevation (some slight up and down) for about 4 miles and then descends steeply to Chrik Mill by the B4500 (112m) near Bronygarth.

Cumulative climb heading North: 780m. Cumulative climb heading South: 750m.

From Chrik Mill the trail climbs up a hill (254m) and then descnds gently to the Llangollen Canal where it turns sraply to follow the canal past Froncysyllte and on to Trevor. From Trevor (75m) it climbs through woods to the base of the Llangollen limestone escarpment (255m). The trail follows the base of the escarpment for about 4 miles to World’s End (339m) where it then climbs through a wood and onto moorland pealng at 494m just as the trail returns to woodland where it descends to flatter farmland and on to Llandegla (253m).

Cumulative climb heading North: 890m. Cumulative climb heading South: 740m.

Clwyd Special Riding Centre  – Registered Charity No 1118241

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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