Top 5 wild camping spots across Wales
Daniel Start, author of the new Wild Guide Wales, chooses his favourite wild camping spots in Wales and gives you directions on how to get there.
Name: Buarth Capel, Rhondda Cynon Taf
Place type: Suburban Area
Location: Grid Ref: ST 0516 9483 • X/Y co-ords: 305166, 194839 • Lat/Long: 51.6443,-3.37196915
County/Unitary Authority: Rhondda Cynon Taf
OS Explorer map: 166: Rhondda & Merthyr Tydfil / Merthyr Tudful
RI Wales Road M
Walking route: 78km, Difficulty: Moderate
Explorer WalkUntitled map
Walking route: 7.2km, Difficulty: Moderate
Walking route: 20.9km, Difficulty: Energetic
Caerphilly y Caerdydd
route: 27.1km, Difficulty: Leisurely
Walking route: 10.8km, Difficulty: Leisurely
Taith Torfaen South - 28 August 2015
Walking route: 42.6km, Difficulty: Moderate
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La Cala, in PENDERYN
Sleeps: 10, Bedrooms: 5
Luxury, detached Brecon Beacons cottage in National Park. Five bedrooms, perfect for families and walkers. Aberdare 6 miles.
The Old School, in PONTNEDDFECHAN
Sleeps: 6, Bedrooms: 2
Lovely mid-terrace holiday home in small village of Pontneddfechan. Comfortable accommodation. Ideal for walkers and cyclists. Set in pretty 'Waterfall Country'. Swansea 21 miles.
Ty Maen, in BRYNCETHIN
Sleeps: 3, Bedrooms: 1
A delightful annexe, attached to the owner’s home in Bryncethin near Bridgend, South Wales. Lawned garden with furniture. Walk-in dressing room. Close to pub. Great base for exploring South Wales. Bridgend 3.5 miles.