Coed Maenarthur

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Evidence of humanity's activities spanning thousands of years is visible in Coed Maenarthur. The Iron Age Hillfort, the legend of King Arthur, the Afon Ystwyth and more recently lead mining and forestry, have all played an important role in shaping this woodland.

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Waterfall:7.3/10
Earthwork castle:6.9/10
Walk:8.6/10
Popularity rank: #3269

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From Aberystwyth follow the B4340 to Trawsgoed. Follow this road through Trawsgoed until the road crosses the Afon Ystwyth and turn immediately left, following the river towards Pontrhydygroes. Access to Coed Maenarthur is by the Miners’ Bridge in Pontrhydygroes village.

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Opening Times:

Never Closes

Prices:

Free

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