Glyndwr's Way is a 135 mile National Trail that goes from Knighton, on the Welsh border, to Machynlleth, then back to Welshpool - the route map looks like a huge V lying on its side. My partner and a friend try to do a multi-day walk two or three times a year, but can't take a lot of time off in one block, so usually split walks into multiple parts. Glydwr's Way splits logically into a 5 day and a 4 day section, breaking at Machynlleth. We decided we'd rather walk west both times, so walked from Welshpool to Machynlleth over 4 days. As quite a lot of people pointed out to us, this meant doing that section 'backwards' Logistics at the end... Day 1 - Welshpool to Pontrobert - 14 miles The marker for the End (our Start) of the walk in Welshpool. Welshpool had some attractive old buildings. The way was well signposted, although we did need our maps now and then when a signpost or other mark seemed to be missing. For this walk, we were following the standard acorn sign, but also a white disc with a red dragon on it (that thing at the top of the gate is a dragon, honest!) We didn't take many photos on this first day, as the weather was quite gloomy. That hill in the distance was visible for most of the day, and a fair bit of day 2. It was rather discouraging at times, looking east and seeing the thing still there! Our B&B for the night was in a tiny village called Llanfihangel-yng-Ngwynfa a few miles off the route, but they do pick-ups and drop-offs from the walk, and also do meals. We reached the pub in Ponrobert just as the drizzle turned to proper rain, so we'd got our timing right!