13-step stile on Walk 7. Be careful!
Kate Humble in Rowen, August 2017
Update March 2020
Under normal circumstances, we welcome walkers to Rowen.
We hope we will be able to welcome you here again soon.
These very popular walks have been devised by Mark Crane, Minafon, Rowen. Feel free to print them. Leaflets for each walk are available in the Rowen phone box, next to the Ty Gwyn Hotel (Awaiting more leaflets from the printers).
We’d welcome a donation towards the printing costs, and the upkeep of the phone box information point.
Note: Kate Humble stayed in Rowen for three weeks in August 2017, while filming nearby. She told us that she had walked nearly all of our ten Circular Walks from Rowen, with Teg her dog.
All of the walks are on quiet lanes and public footpaths.
Please follow the guidelines of the Countryside Code and the Dog Walking code. See links below.
Do not allow your dog to foul the footpaths.
The weather can change suddenly here. Go prepared.
Wear strong shoes or walking boots, and take waterproofs, warm clothing, hat and suncream (hopefully) and food and drink.
The walks are all on Ordnance Survey map OL17.
Walk 9 on Tal y Fan is a serious mountain walk.
The walks can be enjoyed at any time of the year.
We hope you enjoy our walks. We’d love to have your comments.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Important information for all users of the Circular Walks leaflets….
“Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that the information in the Circular Walks leaflets is correct and up to date, the author and this website can accept no responsibility for errors, loss or injury, however caused”.