_NIK3355-2there is lots to see & do in this part of Wales & close by to Cedris Farm

Talyllyn Railway  –  –  01654 710472
Corris Craft Centre  –  –  01654 761584
Centre For Alternative Technology  –  –  01654 705950
King Arthurs Labyrinth
 –  –  01654 761584
Corris Mine Explorers
 –  –   01654 761244.


Talyllyn Lake
A fairly flat walk in stunning scenery around Talyllyn lake approx 4 miles, enjoy the wildlife & amazing views of the Cader idris & the surrounding mountains & Talyllyn valley
Cader Idris / Minffordd Path
A 6 mile hike up this famous south snowdonia mountain with amazing views on a fine day Further Info On Minffordd Path
Dol Idris Nature Reserve
Leisurely accessible walk around a small lake at the foot of cader Idris  Further Info on Dol Idris Walk
Abergynolwyn to Castell y Bere
Explore the Talyllyn and Dysynni Valleys, pass a mediaeval Castle and an ancient Church in Llanfihangel-y-Pennant – Further Information
Craig yr Aderyn  /  Bird Rock
Birds Rock, or Craig yr Aderyn, 258m, is a rocky hill in the beautiful Dysynni Valley between the villages of Llanegryn and Llanfihangel-y-pennant  –  Further Information
Mary Jones
In 1800 a poor Welsh girl called Mary Jones walked 26 miles to buy a Bible. The story of her walk inspired Thomas Charles to found the British and Foreign Bible Society We are ideally situated for those wish to retrace the footsteps of Mary Jones  –  Further Information
Precipise Walk
A leisurely 5km walk boasting fantastic views of the Mawddach estuary and of the principle mountain ranges of Snowdonia. Suitable for families and people of all skill levels  –  further information
Torrent Walk
A short, 4km walk along the side of a ravine, following the river Clywedog near Brithdir. Ideal for capable walkers who want a short, leisurely walk – further information
Glyn Aran
Another 4km circular walk along the river Aran and around a wooded glen. This walk gives a real feel for the Snowdonia National Park with its stone walls, hill farms, small fields, distant mountains, richness of wild flowers, woodlands and bird-life – Further Infomation
Dolgoch Falls
A series of three waterfalls near Tywyn in Gwynedd, Mid Wales. The lowest being easily accessible and quite impressive. The falls are part of the Nant Dol-gôch stream, which flows into the Afon Fathew, and form a popular walk from the nearby Dolgoch station on the Talyllyn Railway or short walk from the carpark at the Dolgoch Falls hotel

Dolgellau  –  –  01341422603
 –  –  01654 702000
 –  –  01654 767493

Castell Y Bere
one welsh castle sometimes overlooked by visitors is castell-y-Bere, once an impressive fortress built by Llywlwyn ap Lorwerth, also knows as Llywelyn the Great, prince of Gwynedd in the early 13th century, but what a marvelous typically welsh site for a castle……….!! further information

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