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Radnor Forest Ride

Powys, Shropshire

113 km / 70 miles
The Radnor Forest Ride is a new addition to the National Bridleroute Network and is suitable for walkers and cyclists. The ride travels along bridleways, byways and quiet lanes passing through some of the most beautiful upland scenery in Wales. Across it's 70 mile ( 113 km) span, the ride links the Three Rivers Ride at the Brecon Beacons National Park Visitors Centre and the Jack Mytton Way in Shropshire. It also provides access to the Epynt Way.


Path Type: Other Paths
Attributes: Challenging
Horse Ride (Multi User)
Start: SN977262 - Beacons National Park Visitor Centre, nr Libanus, Powys View on StreetMap
Finish: SO244759 - Lloyney, Shropshire View on StreetMap
Open Date: 2006
Web Sites: British Horse Society RideMaps - Radnor Forest Ride


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Purchase Ordnance Survey Maps:
OS Landranger 136, 137, 147, 148, 160, 161
OS Landranger Active 136, 137, 147, 148, 160, 161
OS Explorer 12, 188, 200, 201, 214
OS Explorer Active 12, 188, 200, 201, 214

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Route Profile:

101.5 km (63.1 miles)
2,996 m (9,829 ft) ascent
535 m (1,755 ft)  maximum height

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