Block Wood is an upland conifer wood adjacent to the Kerry Ridgeway long distance path. There are three trails that start from this wood.
Cider House Trail (1.5 miles, 2.5 kilometres)
A short, gradual climb which rewards you with spectacular panoramic views and a chance to see the impressive earth works of Cross Dyke and Two Tumps.
Kerry Pole Trail (2 miles, 3 kilometres)
A level walk on forestry tracks and through fields which takes you to the Kerry Pole and gives great views to the Vale of Kerry and beyond.
Two Ditch Trail (5 miles, 8 kilometres)
This car park and picnic site is the Natural Resources Wales access point for the Kerry Ridgeway. It is situated off the B4368, three miles south of the village of Kerry.
The OS grid reference is SO 149862.
There are additional car parks at Cider House Farm and two other locations. The Cider House Farm car park is managed by Powys County Council and is the main starting point for the Kerry Ridgeway.
The nearest train station is in Newtown.