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Blue: Llanymynech Rocks SUSPENDED
26 April 10:00-15:30
|Llanymynech Rocks||Sunday 26th April 2020|
|Grade: Blue||Number of dogs allowed: None|
The walk starts in the village of Llanymynech, south of Oswestry on the A483. We walk first through the village heritage area which has a rare ‘Hoffman’ lime kiln,150’ long by 50’ wide built from local brick in the 1870’s . This was a major centre of the lime industry until the beginning of the 1900s. The walk continues along the Montgomery canal and remains of the Cambrian Railway for a short while and then heads up to the high cliffs of the Llanymynech Rocks where the limestone was quarried and sent down an incline plane to the kiln. We walk to a view point at the end of the cliff with a panoramic view, south across Shropshire and Powys and then join Offa’s Dyke path along the edge of Llanymynech Hill escarpment with the golf course the other side of the path. We carry on to Llynclys Hill, down to Lynclys and then return towards Pant to the canal and back to the car park.
|Meeting time:||09:00hours||Meeting Place:||Old Hall car park|
|Walk starts:||10:00hours||Walk finishes:||15:30|
|Distance:||11km||Duration (incl stops):||5 hours|
|Terrain:||Mainly good paths and tracks with some walking on minor roads. The paths may be muddy in parts with some slippery stiles.|
|Map/Area:||Outdoor Explorer 240|
|Starting point||Car park off A483 in Llanymynech – brown sign ‘Limeworks Heritage Area’
OS Grid Ref: SJ 266 211, SY22 6HB What3Words ///veto.unearthly.superbly
|Let the walk leader know of any relevant medical conditions
Remember you are responsible for being properly equipped
Ensure you have the walk leader’s phone number in case of an emergency
If you become detached from the group STOP, call out; try contacting group by phone or text. If no contact return to the last place you were with the group. Wait 30 mins repeatedly trying to make contact. After 30 mins seek help and/or make your own way safely.
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