Something different todays for walking, this my route taken as i have completed all three of the main peaks of the breidden hills while planning a three peak walking circuit.
The two other hill summits are Kempsters hill and bausley hills, these two hills make up the full range to make up the Breidden hills, so to make up the circuit route i have concentrated on the three main summits (for now)
This walk will be on a downloadable print off, which on route today i have taken lots of field notes and GPS measurements to build up a accurate route for all to enjoy.
So the start were i started was in middletown with a steep assent between Moel y Golfa and middletown hill with some good height gained,
First summit Middletown hill with a summit height of 365m with some outstanding views with the peak district visible today and the full view of the Shropshire Plain stands before you, on a clear day on a day were there is no heat haze Jodrell bank is visible to the naked eye if it if pointing towards you.
Now a steep short decent and i have crossed into England and now heading to Breidden hill which involves crossing back into home into Wales which marked by a gate and like the first crossing is just simply marked out on the Garmin GPS.
Now from Breidden hill which is were Rodney Pillar sits aloft its summit at 367m which is a near identical height as Middletown hill being just 4m shorter.
Now i am heading towards the tallest peak of moel y golfa, with some navigating through the woods and meeting up were i started the accent of Middletown hill which i now head up the final push through to the wood summit and the gypsies monument stopping to enjoy the view on the Breiddens tallest at 403m, a slight double back for a very steep descent through the wood back to middletown only to glance back on the hills and reflect on the achievement of this circular walk.
total distance 11.5km
From here its the steep way-marked decent back to middletown