There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.
Montgomery Walking Group Walking group schedule (meet at 10am) Dec 21st 2016 Jan 18th 2017 February 15th 2017 March 15th 2017 April 19th 2017 All are welcome to join us! Montgomery Walking Group meets on the third Wednesday of each month. Walkers meet at Clos Tan-y-Mur Recycling … Continue reading
A walk from Montgomery up to the Montgomeryshire County War Memorial on Town Hill that overlooks the surrounding area, giving commanding all round views Going: Medium difficulty. Climbs steeply to a high local hilltop. Slippy in damp conditions. Duration: 1.5 hour+ to include taking in the views. Facing the Town Hall, … Continue reading
This gallery contains 71 photos.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Early morning visit to the dew-soaked Dingle Gardens – October 2015 ————————————————————————— The Dingle Gardens just outside Welshpool are just … Continue reading
Summer in Montgomery is lush, but Autumn is enchanting. Hedgerows are heavy with berries and woodlands wear their reds and yellows with pride. September and October are some of the best months to visit Dolforwyn woods , featuring ancient woodland with a great variety of tree species and a bounty … Continue reading
We eventually left the wood as midnight approached leaving behind the Moth and Bat group members still labouring away. It will not be the last visit we will make and we look forward to future trips with the Wildlife Trust members. If you’d like to take part … Continue reading
This is a pleasant circular walk from Montgomery out to Hendomen, the site of a medieval timber motte-and-bailey castle, and down to the River Severn and the Ford of Rhydwhyman – the historic main crossing point between England and Mid Wales. Going: Easy Distance: 3 miles. The walk takes 2 hours+ including … Continue reading
NATURE RESERVES: Montgomery and the surrounding area offer a fantastic setting for observing wildlife. The Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust manages a range of nature reserves, aiming to help people engage with their environment. On this page, we’ve included nature reserves within a 10 mile radius of Montgomery. Red House: Wetland mosaic … Continue reading
A wonderful walk going back 1200 years to the manual labour construction of a 177 mile long Earthworks, now a registered Ancient Monument, called Offas’ Dyke. Going: Fairly level easy going. Duration: Allow 2 hours to complete the walk. From the Town Hall walk past the shops along Broad Street … Continue reading
Going: Medium difficulty – Steep climbs and descents with narrow tracks in places. Duration: 1 hour+ to include taking in the views and castle grounds. With your back to the Town hall front entrance proceed to your left along Arthur Street for a few hundred metres. You will pass The Old … Continue reading
This is a pleasant circular walk from Montgomery up through beech woodland leading to site of Ffridd Faldwyn Hillfort, through grassland fields and returning via a minor road. The walk takes 1 hour+ including time to take in the views . From the Town Hall walk past the shops along … Continue reading