|11.4 km||291 m|
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Jack Mytton Way 6 from Clun to Llanfair Waterdine Route Map and GPX Download
Summits and Places on this Route
- Shropshire Way 3 Clun to Craven Arms - 0.0km
- Bury Ditches Walk - 0.0km
- Walk the Clun Valley Hills - 0.0km
- Newcastle on Clun Offa’s Dyke Walk - 6.0km
- Edge of the Kingdom Offa’s Dyke Walk - 8.0km
- Knighton to Bucknell via Offa’s Dyke and Stow Hill - 8.4km
- Caer Caradoc from Bucknell - 8.7km
- Hopton Castle - 8.7km
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Jack Mytton Way 6 from Clun to Llanfair Waterdine Details
The sixth and final section of the Jack Mytton Way from Clun to Llanfair Waterdine takes you right to the the Welsh border and along Offa’s Dyke. The route reaches over 400m on Llanfair Hill, the highest point on the trail, so you’ll need to be ready for a fair bit of Ascent!
The Jack Mytton Way is a series of bridlepaths in the Shropshire countryside named after Mad Jack Hytton. A legend who earned the epitaph ‘Mad’ by attepting to leap a toll gate with a carriaged horse, among other things. Today’s rider or cyclist won’t need to go to that extreme however, as all the track is along public roads and bridleways. You can choose from the Linear or the Circular options.
This follows on from stage 5.
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