Path and stile at Breidden Hill, Middletown
Walk Photo 187601
Caption - Breidden Hill is part of the Breidden Hills, which are made up of Breidden Hill (365m 1,197ft), Moel y Golfa (meaning Bare or Bald Hill), the highest at (403m 1,322ft), Middletown Hill (367m 1,204ft), Kempsters Hill, Bulthy Hill and Bausely Hill. They are on the border of England and Wales (Shropshire/Powys), about ten miles west of Shrewsbury. Breidden Hill is an extinct volcano, and has Rodney's Pillar on its summit. Middletown Hill has an ancient Iron Age Hill fort on its summit.
Walk 1876 : Breidden Hill from Middletown
Photographer : Mat Fascione
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Powys is a large county in east and central Wales, bordering England. The county features a rugged landscape of valleys and mountains, including most of Brecon Beacons National Park. The valley lowlands contrast with the highlands which include the Radnor Forest, the Black and Berwyn mountains, and the Brecon Beacons. The Offa's Dyke long distance path crosses the county on the eastern border with England. The county offers a wide range of walking from gentle valley paths to adventurous mountain walks.