20 May 2024
by Heneb: Clwyd-Powys Archaeology

Exploring the historic landscape – a series of self-guided walks

Wales has long been a popular destination for walkers. Many people head for the rugged peaks of Snowdonia and the majestic Brecon Beacons, but overlook the equally picturesque and challenging terrain in between. The Clwyd-Powys region of mid- and north-east Wales has much to offer. CPAT has developed a series of self-guided walks for those walkers with an interest in history and archaeology.

These focus on prehistoric burial and ritual monuments, principally the stone circles, standing stones and burial cairns dating to around 2300-1200 BC.

Each walk can be downloaded as a PDF, which includes a detailed description of the walk with information about the history and archaeology, together with an abbreviated version and map on a single page.

Heneb: Clwyd-Powys Archaeology

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Zoe Arthurs

Heneb: Clwyd-Powys Archaeology