Beacon Hill Powys

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Beacon Hill Powys: This area of upland is dominated by large areas of Heather, interspersed with areas of Bracken and acid grassland. Small areas of Crowberry occur on Pool Hill. The moorland reaches its highest point on Beacon Hill at 547m (1800 ft), valleys descending with the tributaries of the Arran and Warren Brooks and the River Lugg itself.

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Radnorshire, Powys, Wales, Great Britain, UK, Europe
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Access can be gained from the village by following the signs to Llangunllo Railway station, drive past the station, after about a third of a mile follow the road as it bears to the right, after 200m take the road to the left past the `no through road' sign. Follow the road left up the hill and another road leaves on your left. Take this road for about half a mile. On your left a conifer plantation marks the approach to the reserve. The road is gated. Go through the gate and park after another 100yds.

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