• Putting cycling, walking and horse-riding on the map in North Montgomeryshire.

    There is a walk on the first Sunday of each month somewhere in Montgomeryshire.

    The mountain bike challenge in 2020 will be on 4th July.


    Contact: Shan Mayor
    Telephone: 01691 648334

  • There are a number of walks around the lake which are described in a very useful leaflet which can be downloaded and printed for your own use.

    The yellow trail is a one-mile circular stroll takes you alongside the riverbank and meandering through sessile oak woodland. There is one moderately steep hill and one steep descent.

    The red trail is a 5.5 mile circular walk along forest tracks and through clearings, through conifer and birch trees. A steady climb with a steep descent at the end to the road.

    The orange trails is a 1.5 mile circular walk taking you above and to the side of the lake, giving you a view that opens up to give a great vista of the lake and the straining tower.

    The blue trail is a 3-mile circular walk through forest tracks and lanes with two fairly strenuous climbs and one steep descent.

    The purple trail is a 5-mile circular walk along forest tracks and roads with a gentle incline and great views.

  • Here is a booklet of walks in the villages and hills around the area. Down load:

    Lake Vyrnwy

  • There are a series of four walks around Llanfyllin and one of the town itself. These can be printed off to guide you around each walk:

       The walk to The Lonely Tree and George's Walks

       The walk to the NORTH (The Dingle, Ysgbor Newydd, Coed Lletty'r Eos and Bodfach Park)

       The walk to the EAST (The Dingle, Domen-gastell Hill, Jericho Hill and Bwlch-y-cocsydd)

       The Walk to the WEST (Coed-y-Llan and Cefn Llwyni)

       The Llanfyllin Town Walk

  • Explore the Living Stones trails and discover a wealth of hidden treasures in 15 remarkable churches and chapels across three valleys of North Montgomeryshire.

    Experience their unique atmosphere and setting; be amazed by individual achievement and craftsmanship; learn about political and religious exploits; encounter revolutions in architecture, and sense an enduring faith from buildings that remain 'living stones' in the life of their communities.

    The Living Stones leaflet can be downloaded for you to print.