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Bee & Rog’s guidebook

Bee & Rog

Bee & Rog’s guidebook

Our favourite walk
Acres of woodland, meadows, rivers and waterfalls. An absolute paradise for walkers.
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Hafod Estate
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Acres of woodland, meadows, rivers and waterfalls. An absolute paradise for walkers.
Sightseeing
3 bridges, one on top of another, across a river that tumbles in huge waterfalls on its way to join the Rheidol. There are two walks (both with a small admission charge) that let you see different parts of the bridges and waterfalls. The main entrance - only for the physically fit - has many steps, some quite steep, that allow great views of the waterfalls as they tumble 90m / 300ft.
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Pontarfynach
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3 bridges, one on top of another, across a river that tumbles in huge waterfalls on its way to join the Rheidol. There are two walks (both with a small admission charge) that let you see different parts of the bridges and waterfalls. The main entrance - only for the physically fit - has many steps, some quite steep, that allow great views of the waterfalls as they tumble 90m / 300ft.
A lovely narrow-gauge railway running from the seaside town of Aberystwyth to Devil's Bridge through beautiful countryside.
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Vale of Rheidol Railway
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A lovely narrow-gauge railway running from the seaside town of Aberystwyth to Devil's Bridge through beautiful countryside.
Beautiful walks and cycle tracks through beautiful scenery. Red Kites are abundant here - especially at feeding time! There's a great cafe too with HD CCTV to watch the kites in comfort. A shortish, reasonably level walk, passes kite viewing points and hides.
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Bwlch Nant yr Arian Forest Visitor Centre
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Beautiful walks and cycle tracks through beautiful scenery. Red Kites are abundant here - especially at feeding time! There's a great cafe too with HD CCTV to watch the kites in comfort. A shortish, reasonably level walk, passes kite viewing points and hides.
This is where Wind Turbines, Compost Toilets, Straw Bale building etc had their debut. Interesting for all ages.
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Centre for Alternative Technology
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This is where Wind Turbines, Compost Toilets, Straw Bale building etc had their debut. Interesting for all ages.
A trip into this mine is a step back into history with everything pretty much as it was left when the miners went off to war. A real eye-opener to what life was like for working in that environment.
Corris Uchaf Slate Mine
A trip into this mine is a step back into history with everything pretty much as it was left when the miners went off to war. A real eye-opener to what life was like for working in that environment.
A great one for the kids. This is part of the Corris Slate Mine site, along with the Craft Centre.
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King Arthurs Labyrinth
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A great one for the kids. This is part of the Corris Slate Mine site, along with the Craft Centre.
A relaxed way to get to the top of Mount Snowdon, with amazing scenery.
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Snowdon Mountain Railway
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A relaxed way to get to the top of Mount Snowdon, with amazing scenery.
Another narrow gauge railway running through amazing countryside.
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Talyllyn Railway
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Another narrow gauge railway running through amazing countryside.
A beautiful harbour with lots of pubs and cafes. The Carnival, which takes place on each August Bank Holiday Monday, is excellent fun.
Aberaeron Harbour
A beautiful harbour with lots of pubs and cafes. The Carnival, which takes place on each August Bank Holiday Monday, is excellent fun.
The Borth Carnival, held on the Friday before the August Bank Holiday, is probably one of the best around. One of our favourites.
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Borth
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The Borth Carnival, held on the Friday before the August Bank Holiday, is probably one of the best around. One of our favourites.
Machynlleth was at one time known as the ancient capital of Wales. Today it plays host to a number of excellent events; At the beginning of May is the Comedy Festival which brings many famous names to the town. The Lantern Parade in late October or early November is another of our favourites. Such fun.
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Machynlleth
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Machynlleth was at one time known as the ancient capital of Wales. Today it plays host to a number of excellent events; At the beginning of May is the Comedy Festival which brings many famous names to the town. The Lantern Parade in late October or early November is another of our favourites. Such fun.
Extreme Walks
For the physically fit, walk to the peak of Mount Snowdon, Wales' highest peak
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Snowdon Peak
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For the physically fit, walk to the peak of Mount Snowdon, Wales' highest peak
For the physically fit, walk to the peak of Cadair Idris (the Seat of Idris), Wales' second highest peak. Fantastic scenery.
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Cadair Idris - Penygadair
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For the physically fit, walk to the peak of Cadair Idris (the Seat of Idris), Wales' second highest peak. Fantastic scenery.
Neighbourhoods
Aberdyfi is a picturesque seaside location on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park. Great fun for kids of all ages with sands and dunes.
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Aberdyfi
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Aberdyfi is a picturesque seaside location on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park. Great fun for kids of all ages with sands and dunes.
"Aber", as it is known locally, is our closest seaside town. There's a lot to do here; sands, shops, restaurants, walks, museums.... The Cliff Railway, to the top of Constitution Hill, has a Camera Obscura and cafe with views over the bay.
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Aberystwyth
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"Aber", as it is known locally, is our closest seaside town. There's a lot to do here; sands, shops, restaurants, walks, museums.... The Cliff Railway, to the top of Constitution Hill, has a Camera Obscura and cafe with views over the bay.