An entertaining and informative tour of an outstanding landscape in the north Cambrians, taking in the superb viewpoint of Foel Fadian and the two very different lakes of Glaslyn and Bugeilyn.
Following this audio trail you can find out about the natural and human history of the area as well as the story of the Pumlumon Project and what Montgomeryshire Wildlife Trust are doing now to change land management practices. These changes will help to enhance the wildlife interest of the area and to increase biodiversity, thus making the area more attractive for everyone.
To get the most out of the walk, download the 10 audio files below before you do the walk. You can also download a trail map and detailed route directions and print them out yourself. Please also read and follow the health and safety guidelines below before you set out.
This project has received funding through the Rural Development Plan for Wales 2007-2013 which is funded by the Welsh Assembly Government and the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development
|Trail map||750.74 KB|
|Trail route directions||31.5 KB|
|1 Wynford Vaughan-Thomas memorial||1.68 MB|
|2 Foel Fadian trig point||1.58 MB|
|3 Owain Glyndwr||1.16 MB|
|4 Glaslyn Reserve||1.99 MB|
|5 Glaslyn lake||1.56 MB|
|6 I know it looks odd...||1.09 MB|
|7 The ravine||1.7 MB|
|8 The beasts that shape the landscape||1.85 MB|
|9 Bugeilyn Farm||1.97 MB|
|10 Ditch blocking||1.84 MB|