Day 4 | Glyndwr’s Way | Day 6
Looking back at where we'd come from the previous day
The faint zig-zag path just left of centre was out route down to the campsite last night - jelly legs all round!
Looking down on the outskirts of Machynlleth - the half-way point on the walk. The wind turbine for the Centre for Alternative Technology stands just to the right of centre-frame
Having just descended the Roman Steps (which are thought to be mid- to late 19th century) leading from the original sunken road down into town
Machynlleth town centre. Our campsite was right in the middle, on a patch of ground beside a bunkbarn just off the main street
Machynlleth was the seat of Owain Glyndwr's parliment in 1404, and he planned to make the town his capital
Owain Glyndwr's memorial in the grounds of Plas Machynlleth gleaming in the evening sun