Cwmcarn Forest Drive & Visitor Centre (Wales) Reviews
Description:South Wales / Be enchanted while driving through the 7-mile scenic route of the rolling hills and green mountains of ... more
Newest Review: ... about 'the tump' says:- "At 414 metres above sea level, it is easy to see why this site has been such a popular settlement over the centuries. It is thought to have been a Bronze Age hill fort, which has been adapted by other cultures through history. With panoramic views over the Bristol Channel and surrounding area, this site would have provided an ideal vantage point, as you will see ... more
Customer Cwmcarn Forest Drive & Visitor Centre (Wales) Reviews (3)
by - written on 11/03/10 (Very useful, 300 readings)
Living in Cwmcarn, South Wales I've grown up looking out of my bedroom to see trees, mountains, more trees and more mountains lol. There isn't really much to do in the area as it's such a small village, yet it still seems to have hundreds of visitors a year from all around the world. The reason for this being the Cwmcarn Forest Drive and Visitor Centre. The Forest drive is a 7 mile long road around twisting woodland roads. It has 7 car parks and themed picnic areas along its length, in these wonderful areas you will find hand carved wooden statues (which I actually took photos of for my photography college course work), play areas to please the children, a ... Read the complete review
by John Willis - written on 31/05/09
The visitor centre is excellent, the mountainbiking superb.. BUT..DO NOT USE THE CAMPSITE !!The site is situated close the the local town and attract both serious and petty criminals. When we stayed there, there were two very expensive mountainbikes stolen from the site - one taken by thieves breaking into a locked car.The site requires an overnight security guard to help prevent crime, but it still goes on. Cam somewhere else and enjoy a lovely day out at Cwmcarn during the hours of daylight.
by - written on 20/05/08 (Very useful, 2278 readings)
What's Up In The Forest? ~~ Introduction to South Wales.~~ South Wales is an area covering several counties and, as it suggests, it's in the southern region of Wales. However, people tend to think of Wales as just North and South, when in actual fact there is a middle ground, though it's not generally referred to as such. I imagine some people even think of Wales as that "piece" tagged onto England. For the purpose of this review I'm just counting the coastal areas of south Wales and the areas of Glamorgan and the famous Welsh Valleys. These valleys snake down between the mountains in what looks like a line of parallel roads. ... Read the complete review
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