1. Walking Mid Wales’ Nature Reserves
    [ISBN 978 1 902302 73 7]

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    20 walks/40 pages

    To the south of Radnorshire lies the Wye Valley, where a number of reserves are visited. In the mid-section of Radnorshire there are reserves including a waterfall gorge with nearby Victorian features, upland moor and wetland, woodland and a common frequented by ground-nesting birds. The northern edge of the county leads to Presteigne, where two ‘urban’ walks combine meadows, riverside and woodlands. In the north and west is Beacon Hill Crown Estate, a substantial area of open moorland. The area around Rhayader includes a working organic farm, further woodland, some within the Elan Valley itself and areas of open hill land. Rhayader is the setting for the second ‘urban’ walk which includes riverside walks, a churchyard with rare plant and lichen species and a reserve that includes a bat tunnel. Some of Mid Wales’ most precious countryside.

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