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Walks & Trails

Dare Valley Country Park is a great place for walking. You can stroll at will in the country park or try one of our three way marked walks.

darren_View_260407All routes start from the visitor centre.
  • The Bwllfa Trail is a walk on level, surfaced paths with a shorter route, on tarmac, for pushchairs and wheelchairs.
  • The Cae Mawr Trail takes you off the beaten track on countryside paths, uphill and over stiles
  • The Penrhiwllech Trail follows a horseshoe shaped route out of the valley, around Tarren y Bwllfa, climbing high onto the upland plateau on countryside paths, over stiles and rough terrain.

The Bwllfa Trail is a walk on level, surfaced paths with a shorter route, on tarmac, for pushchairs and wheelchairs. From the Visitor Centre follow the red arrows on red band posts.  Approx. 2 miles (3.5km).  The pushchair route is 1 mile/2 km.

The Cae Mawr Trail takes you off the beaten track on countryside paths, uphill and over stiles. Strong footwear is recommended, as the path may be wet and uneven in places.  From the Visitor Centre follow the blue arrows on blue band posts. Approx 2.5 miles (4km).

The Penrhiwllech Trail follows a horseshoe shaped route out of the valley, around Tarren y Bwllfa, climbing high onto the upland plateau on countryside paths, over stiles and rough terrain. Strong footwear and protective clothing is required. There are unfenced cliffs near the path. From the Visitor Centre follow the yellow arrows and yellow band posts.  Approx 4 miles (6 km).

Download the Walking Leaflet

Part 1 - click here

Part 2 - click here

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