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Start: Snowdonia National Park Authority car park, Cwm Maethlon/Happy Valley Grid Reference: SN 640 986 Distance: 5 km - 3.1 miles (shortcut 4 km – 2.5 miles) Grade: Moderate Terrain: Open moorland, firm tracks, fields and tarmac road.
Start: Centre for Alternative Technology (C.A.T) car park Grid Reference: SH 754 044 Distance: 7.1 km – 4.4 miles Grade: Moderate (some steep sections) Terrain: Firm tracks, roads and open grassland Maps: OS Explorer OL23 or 215
The trail explores the wildlife and biodiversity of the old slate quarry on which CAT is built and looks at the history of changing land-use and industry in the area.
Start: Borth High Street Grid Reference: SN 608 901 Distance: Walk A: 4.4 km – 2.7 miles Walk B: 10.7 km – 6.6 miles Grade: Easy Terrain: Roads, firm tracks, sand and shingle Maps: OS Explorer – OL 23 & 213
Start: Tal-y-bont village green Grid Reference: SN654 891 Distance: Walk A: 10.5 km – 6.5 miles Walk B: 9.8 km – 6.1 miles Grade: Moderate Terrain: Tarmac road, firm tracks, fields and woodland. Can be muddy in places
Start: Tal-y-bont village green Grid Reference: SN 654 891 Distance: 3.1 km – 1.9 miles Grade: Easy/moderate Terrain: Tarmac road and grassy tracks. Can be muddy Maps: OS Explorer – 213
Start: Near Dovey Valley Shooting Centre Limited car parking Grid Reference: SH 806 051 Distance: 10 km – 6.2 miles Grade: Moderate with some steep sections Terrain: Fields, rough tracks Maps: OS Explorer - 215
Start: Ceinws village Grid Reference: SH760 059 Distance: 11.3 km – 7 miles (additional 0.7km - 0.4 miles to Llanwrin) Grade: Moderate / Strenuous Terrain: Firm tracks, open fields Maps: OS Explorer 215
Start: NRW forest car park. Turn R just before Aberllefenni village sign. Grid Reference: SH 769 092 Distance: 8.4 km - 5.2 miles Grade: Easy/Moderate Maps: OS Explorer . OL23
Start: Village car park, Cwrt Grid Reference:SH 688 000 Distance: 4.8 km – 3 miles (with extension 6.6 km - 4 miles) Grade: Moderate (extension energetic) Terrain: Tarmac road, firm tracks, fields and woodland Maps: OS Explorer - OL 23
Start: Lay-by Derwenlas Grid Reference: SN721 991 Distance: 6.2 km - 3.8 miles Grade: Moderate Terrain: Firm tracks, open fields, some boggy areas Maps: OS Explorer OL23
Start: Machynlleth – Y Plas car park On A493 from Aberystwyth, take 3rd exit on 1st roundabout Grid Reference: SH 743 004 Distance: 8.3 km or 5.1 miles Grade: Moderate Terrain: Roads/firm tracks/woodland paths/fields
Start: Pennal village Grid Reference: SH 699 004 Distance: 13.2km – 8.3 miles Grade: Strenuous – A mountain walk, not to be undertaken in poor visibility Maps: OS Explorer – OL 23
The new Local Tourist Information Centre in Newtown is located in the Robert Owen Resource Centre. The Cross, Broad Street, Newtown, Powys, SY16 2BB.
The Sportsman is a town centre pub with eight hand pulls - voted CAMRA Mongomeryshire Pub of the Year in 2014. Its the perfect spot to sample the great range of local Monty's Brewery Real Ales.
The Cambrian Line runs cross-country from Shrewsbury through a varied rural landscape, beginning in the gentle, rolling borderlands of the Mid Wales Marches, through the Cambrian Mountains and on to the Cardigan Bay Coast.
A beautiful location for a relaxing walk overlooking the Dyfi estuary. Ynys-hir mixes Welsh oak woodland, saltmarshes and wet grassland. We have miles of trails and 7 viewing hides.
Come and see some of the largest and most colourful butterflies in the world! We exhibit species from all over the tropics. Our wildlife garden has many varieties of plants specifically for butterflies.
Garwnant Visitor Centre facilities include forest walks, restaurant, education/conference facilities, information centre, childrens play area, and mini-MTB mountain bike trails. Further info download Cymru ForestXplorer Wales app