Craig and Aimee of Kinging-It take a week-long tour of The Coastal Way, from Llŷn to Pembrokeshire.
About Gilfach Nature Reserve
Follow the walking trails through meadows peppered with anthills, look out over the valley with its glorious views and spot a dipper on the River Marteg as it tumbles down through the reserve and over the waterfalls - where in November you might just glimpse a leaping salmon.
There are some lovely waymarked trails to help you enjoy Gilfach, and good picnic spots too. This is a working farm, so you are likely to see farm animals on the way. Dogs are welcome but please keep them on a lead to reduce disturbance to farm animals and wildlife.
If you are visiting with a group, please give us a call on 01597 823298 to find out if the visitor centre will be open and let us know an approximate arrival time and numbers so we can be prepared!
The Wildlife Trail is now accessible to all. The new path’s flat surface allows wheelchairs, mobility scooters and pushchairs to roll freely.
Facilities also include a new picnic table overlooking the valley, constructed by skilled Wildlife Trust volunteers.
Like what you see at Gilfach Nature Reserve?