Set off for the town of Brompton from where the the path undulates through an area known as the Switchbacks. Today's walk is probably one of the most challenging with plenty of ups and downs. It is well worth it though as you will be following the line of the Dyke and walking on top of it gives you a chance to follow in the footsteps of Offa’s workers who built it. See the great views to the hills of south Shropshire in all of its glory; green and rolling scenery, Long Mynd and Stiperstones.
Finish in the town Knighton, Tref Y Clawdd in Welsh, which means ’the town on the dyke’.