|Wild rose by the station carpark|
A good walk with a superb pub in striking distance, this excursion is an excellent stretching of the legs. On the way up, there is a slight incline to make your muscles work harder. To meander more gently downhill as you come back down is proper.
At weekends, it's easy to park in the Taff Wells railway carpark - then cross the road to the start of this section of the trail (there is a break here where you have to travel on the road for a short stretch).
|Unknown flower 1 at the |
start of the walk.
A few months ago, we did this walk and I snapped these shots of arches on the Caerphilly leg of the pathways. We did this walk again last weekend and I spent the time photographing flowers. If you know the names of any of those I couldn't identify, please do tell in a comment.
|Michaelmas daisies on the edge of the industrial estate.|
|Honeysuckle with dog rose|
|Unknown flower 2 with grasses.|
|Graffiti on bridge over the A470|
|Columbines and grasses|
|Wild strawberries and unknown pink flower 4|
|Leaves among the gravel|
|Coming back down|
|Clover and grasses|
|Pathway off into the woods ...|
|Unknown yellow flower 5 and grasses|
|Foxgloves on the hillside|
|Unknown blue flower 6|