The Cambrian Mountains are a wild and empty plateau lying between the Snowdonia and Brecon Beacons National Parks. They are Wales' fourth national park in-waiting; designated in 1972, the Park was later cheated of recognition and protection, by an unholy alliance of landowners and politicians. More Information
Ceredigion is a coastal county in mid-Wales. The Cambrian Mountains covering much of the east of the county and offer excellent walking. The highest point is Plynlimon at 2,467 feet (752 m). In complete contrast to the wilds of the mountains, Ceredigion's 50 miles (80 km) of coastline has sandy beaches and, in places, high cliffs. Several attractive seaside resorts provide excellent bases for exploration. The Wales Coast Path follows the full length of the coast.
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