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Elan Valley

Over 80% of the valley is designated as Sites of Special Scientific Interest, home to reservoirs, aqueducts, hundreds of animals and an abundance of opportunities to have fun.

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Nestling on the banks of the River Severn in the heart of mid Wales, Newtown lies in the old county of Montgomeryshire, which is now part of Powys. A pretty market town with a rich industrial heritage, surrounded by beautiful countryside, the ideal base to explore the surrounding countryside.

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Kerry Ridgeway

15 miles running along the crest of Kerry Hill, the Kerry Ridgeway is the oldest of all the ancient routes used by drovers to drive their cattle out of Wales into England, with fantastic views – ideal for dog walkers, mountain bikers, and horse riders.

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Llyn Mawr

A fabulous circular walk at Llyn Mawr Nature Reserve past a trio of lakes, Llyn Mawr, Lyn-y-Tarw and Llyn Du – a place of standing stones, tall skies, boggy hollows and watery margins which in the summer come alive with flowers and water voles, buzzards and skylarks, a real walk on the wild side!

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An historic Border market town situated in the Welsh Marches and is the old county town of Montgomeryshire. There is a mixture of Georgian, Victorian and much earlier half timbered architecture . The whole town within the ancient walls is a Conservation Area and is the jewel at the heart of the designated Outstanding Historic Landscape Area of the Vale of Montgomery.

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Berwyn Mountains

A range of mountains situated near to the England and Wales border. Don your walking boots and enjoy delightful high level walking with your dog over beautiful, unspoilt and relatively unknown upland situated in the north-east region of Wales.

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