december, 2020

sat05dec10:00 am2:00 pmEvent OverRheidol Valley And Parson's Bridge10:00 am - 2:00 pm Hafod Hotel Car Park Event Organized By: Neal Batchelor

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Organizer

Neal BatchelorI recently retired from the Telecoms industry and am passionate about the great outdoors of Wales so much so that I recently decided to move to West Wales to live after enjoying regular weekends and holidays here over many years and not really wanting to go home

Event Details

An extremely scenic circular walk through the Rheidol Valley

About

Visiting the site of a prehistoric stone circle, an interesting churchyard with its impressive standing stones, a spectacular crossing of a deep gorge via Parsons Bridge, a descent into Coed Rheidol, a national nature reserve known for its rare mosses, ferns and liverworts, pine martens and bird life and its American Red Oaks and Noble Firs.

The return route descends Cwmrheidol passing the site of the old Cwm Rheidol metal mines and crossing over the Afon Rheidol which pounds through one of the most picturesque areas of Mid Wales. We finish by walking along a section of the Vale of Rheidol railway line where there are spectacular views across the valley’s wooded hillsides eventually returning to the beauty spot of Devils Bridge using a section of the Borth to Pontrhydifendigaid Trail. Refreshments afterwards at the excellent Hafod Hotel featured in the BBC Drama series, Hinterland which overlooks the famous Devils Bridge Falls.

Come and see for yourself the outstanding beauty of Ceredigion.

More info

Height Gain : 420m Distance : 11km Time : 4hrs

What to bring

* Walking boots please
* Warm layers and waterproofs essential
* Packed lunch

Where

Hafod Hotel Car Park, Devils Bridge on the B4574.
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Health Guidelines for this Event

Outdoor Event
There is now and never has been any danger from Covid19 in any group situation outside anywhere in the world. Meeting others outdoors and walking in groups is and always has been safe.

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