Offa's Dyke Path is a National Trail. It runs along the border between Wales and England.
Offa was a famous king of Mercia from 757 to 796, ruling an area stretching across a large part of England.
Offa's Dyke Path runs from sea to sea - the Severn Estuary to Liverpool Bay. For about 70 miles the Path follows the course of what was originally an 8m ditch and rampart. Castles, forts and historic sites dot the route.
Two HARVEY maps cover the whole 177 mile route. Each map covers a section suitable for about a week of walking.
Offa's Dyke Path South covers the route from Knighton to Chepstow (on the Severn).
Click here to view the route
Information on finding accommodation, camping, food. Directions to the start. Also Ranger Service contact numbers and enlargements of towns/villages showing facilities available and tips on weather and clothing.
Tough, light and 100% waterproof
Compact and light - the map itself weighs just 60gms - a third of the weight of a laminated map, and much less bulky. And you can fold or refold it time and again, or stuff it in your back pocket and it won't fall to pieces.
Detailed mapping, full legend. National Grid - can be used with GPS. 1:40,000 scale. Supplied in clear plastic pocket