Severn Way  is a waymarked  long-distance footpath in the
Kingdom following the course of the River Severn  in the West
Country of England and Mid Wales.
Way runs for 210 miles (337 km) along the River Severn between the mouth of the Severn at
Bristol, England, and its source at Plynlimon, Wales.
The route can be walked in either direction of course.
of the River Severn is high on Plynlimon  in upland Mid Wales  from where both river and walk descend
 into Llanidloes, Newtown,
Powys , Welshpool, then along the towpath of the Montgomeryshire Canal passing the
Wrekin and into Shrewsbury, Shropshire and the Severn Gorge, the cradle of the Industrial Revolution at Ironbridge before passing through Bridgnorth, Bewdley  in Worcestershire and Stourport-on-Severn, Worcester, Upton-upon-Severn and Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, Gloucester itself and then past Berkeley Castle and into the Severn
Estuary  passing Slimbridge  and the mouth of the Severn .
Originally the path finished at
Severn Beach. It has recently been extended to Bristol via Lawrence
Weston, Shirehampton and through the Avon Gorge.