Black Hill and Offa’s Dyke
|13 km||444 m|
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Black Hill and Offa’s Dyke Details
A walk in the Black Mountains of the Brecon Beacons from the English side that follows the England/Wales border, hardly stepping more than a few metres into Wales. The highlight of the route is the narrow Cat’s Back sandstone ridge that ascends to Black Hill.
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