Abermule and Bettws Cedewain (Cycle Route)

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A moderate cycle ride on peaceful, rural lanes with two steep hills to reach both Montgomery and Dolforwyn Castles. There are also a couple of more gentle climbs with many attractive views and an opportunity to detour along the traffic-free Montgomery Canal Path to Newtown.

17.5Miles (28.2km) 2-2.5hrs - Elevation Total Ascent: 488m

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Map & Directions

Road Directions

From the southern end of the Welshpool by-pass, take the A490 and right onto the B4388.

Accessible by Public Transport: Welshpool station is 9 miles away.

Abermule and Bettws Cedewain (Cycle Route)

Type:Cycle Route

Trefaldwyn | Montgomery, Powys, SY15 6HN

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