The 3 of us were driven back to the start of the days walk wondering if the wheather forecasts were acccurate. Unfortunately they were spot on and the day stared with blazing sunshine. The going was undulating and after a steep climb up to Chirk Castle at lunch time we eventually found a shaded spot to lunch. From there we went down hill and eventually crossed a very old (1785) wrought iron canal viaduct. Still a few miles to go though and we finished in Llangollen around tea time after 17 miles and very dehydrated. Llangollen is definately worth a second visit.
One of the region’s largest agricultural shows is appealing for