Walks In Dyfed

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    Sugar Loaf - 139 Miles
    Short walk to the hiltop viewpoint offers views of the Tywi Valley/Brecon Beacons.Similar
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    Crychan - 140 Miles
    A large easily accessible forest, riven with many valleys, some with streams.Similar
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    Poor Mans Wood - 141 Miles
    Ancient upland oak woodland and stream. The canopy also includes Rowan, Holly, Crab Apple, Sallow, …Similar
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    Llynwormwood - 141 Miles
    Recently been thinned and provides a pleasant stroll amongst mature open grown coniferous trees.Similar
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    Glasfynydd - 142 Miles
    Nestling in the upper reaches of the River Usk, Glasfynydd Forest provides excellent opportunities …Similar
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    Cilgwyn - 142 Miles
    Cilgwyn is a small woodland containing a variety of woodland tree species. There is also a 2km circ…Similar
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    Cwm Rhaeadr - 143 Miles
    Mixed species woodland with views of waterfalls.Similar
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    Pen Arthur - 144 Miles
    Example of peaceful co-existence between broadleaf and conifer trees.Similar
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    Nant Melyn - 145 Miles
    The woodland lies on the steep Nant Melin valley side, the wet pasture above lying on a much gentle…Similar
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    Hafod - 147 Miles
    Estate was designed in the 'Picturesque' style and became an essential destination for visitors tou…Similar
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    Betws Mountain - 147 Miles
    Hillside picnic site on common land.Similar
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    Arch - 148 Miles
    Four waymarked walks begin from The Arch Picnic Site, through a variety of terrain. There is also a…Similar
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    Coed Maenarthur - 149 Miles (8.6)
    Evidence of humanity's activities spanning thousands of years is visible in Coed Maenarthur. The Ir…Similar
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    Castle Woods - 150 Miles
    Castle Woods is comprised of two areas of ancient semi-natural woodland with veteran trees on the s…Similar
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    60 acres of woodland park icluding deer park and pied flycatchers, chiff chaffs and blue tits. Also…Similar
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    Tynybedw - 151 Miles
    Spacious area of Douglas Fir trees is one of the highlights of this attractive mixed woodland which…Similar
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    Rhos Fullbrook - 151 Miles
    An area of flower-rich unimproved grassland including numerous flushes which are slightly base rich…Similar
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    Coed Simdde Lwyd - 152 Miles
    Ancient upland oak woodland. The reserve is a Sessile Oak wood on a steep south-facing slope. The c…Similar
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    Nant yr Arian - 152 Miles
    The forest is shaped like a horseshoe above a deep valley which stretches all the way to the sea 10…Similar
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    Cors Ian - 152 Miles
    Valley mire and gorsey hillside. Fen plants and water voles.Similar
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    Brechfa - 153 Miles
    A multi-purpose forest for timber production, recreation and wildlife conservation. With a BBQ area…Similar
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    Black Covert - 153 Miles
    Mixed woodland that follows the Afon Ystwyth.Similar
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    Caeau Llety Cybi - 154 Miles
    Steep neutral lowland meadows, enclosed and divided by ancient and species rich hedgerows. The rese…Similar
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    Pant Da - 154 Miles
    Upland Oak woodland and planted beech.Similar
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    Llyn Fanod - 155 Miles
    Natural upland lake. Aquatic plants, dragonflies. The lake which extends for 4.5 ha. It is a more …Similar
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