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We parked at Ty Nant NT car park (£5 for the day), arrived about 9:15am and there were 3 other cars already there. Use the toilets here as there are very few bushes on Cader! Enjoyed a hard slog up the pony path to the...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our recent visit here. The weather was ideal, sunny but cool, awarding us with great views and the opportunity to dip our toes into the lake.
We did the Pony Path on the way up and the Fox on the way down....More
If I could go to this area on a monthly basis I would be a very happy woman. I could move closer but I think my family would disown me !! Its so good to walk or just look and see. Look up, that's my...More
Great hike. I came up the Minfford Path which wasn't nearly as difficult as I'd thought it would be (though I am, admittedly, an experienced Alaskan hiker), great views all along the rim overlooking the lake. Took about five hours including one effort to come...More
its a hard slog with stairs going its a vigorous walk with steep shingly parts but great views take water and waterproof plus stout foot wear. no café at the top but at Minfordd car park which is is 4 or 5 quid for the...More
Foolishly we believed that because Cadair is only 7metres difference in height from Pen Y Fan, we believed that these mountains would be pretty similar......we were wrong. To be clear, these mountains are very different. Cadair has a varied terrain including steps, rocks and shingle....More
I am not a seasoned walker/climber and decided to try a walk whilst my partner and I were visiting Wales. The start is not for the faint hearted as it is A LOT of stairs but once you persevere past those it is a very...More
It's not a long walk and not technically difficult but it's a stiff climb up from the start at the car park. The path splits next to a stream and you can either head left or right - most choose the left option which continues...More
It was wet, it was windy and we abandoned when we reached the sheer drop.
As mountains go, its not overly hard, I just wish we had been able to get to the top - it was just too dangerous in high winds!!
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I agree others' views that a little too tough for toddlers....if you go the easier route up the Pony Path there's nothing too steep or challenging for a confident 6 or 7 year old, but under that age I'd suggest you might be... More
I agree others' views that a little too tough for toddlers....if you go the easier route up the Pony Path there's nothing too steep or challenging for a confident 6 or 7 year old, but under that age I'd suggest you might be biting off too much....