Valley views: Welsh Glamping adds a magical touch to the Mid Wales glamping scene

The dead-end track peters out in a long, lovely buttercup meadow fringed by patches of stream-latticed native woodland whilst the Cambrian Mountains encroach craggily behind: until recently, you would only get to gaze on such stunning snapshots from the esoteric Afon Gwesyn valley if you were one of the few in-the-know hikers on the route up to the gorge’s swimming holes and the undiscovered uplands … Continue reading Valley views: Welsh Glamping adds a magical touch to the Mid Wales glamping scene

Drygarn Fawr: a trip to the gaping gap on the map (and three ways to reach the summit)

Walk lengths: Routes vary in length between 4.75 and 10km (one way), 9km-20km out and back) On a hike in a totally different part of Wales at a totally different time last year, Undiscovered Wales met, on the trail, what you could only describe as a true veteran of the hills. A hardened, rain-lashed, wind-grizzled walker who imparted a knowing look whichever part of Snowdonia, … Continue reading Drygarn Fawr: a trip to the gaping gap on the map (and three ways to reach the summit)

Gentle wilderness along Abergwesyn Common

It can be a wild, stark place, Mid Wales: sometimes too much so for day-trippers who prefer Snowdonia’s more Instagram-able blockbuster beauty. At Undiscovered Wales we love the wildness and the starkness. But sometimes, we crave a lazy, languid day out too: the pootling drive out to a jaw-dropping beauty spot to picnic, cool off in a river and dreamily look at the view. Abergwesyn … Continue reading Gentle wilderness along Abergwesyn Common