In spring and summer the meadows dazzle with colour from a mixture of wildflowers scarcely found elsewhere in Gwent. It’s a restful spot for a picnic or a stroll among the flowers.
Like something out of a fairytale, this stunning ancient woodland is a tranquil place to stroll among the woodland wildflowers whilst listening to the birds singing in the trees.
Sprawling oaks and towering beech trees form a beautiful mature woodland on the lower slopes of Whitebrook Valley, full of plants and woodland birds.
The diversity and colour of the wildflowers in these traditional hay meadows steals the show in spring and summer before giving centre stage to the autumnal hues of fungi.
An ancient woodland sanctuary amidst the industrial past of the South Wales Valleys. With far-reaching views across the Ebbw Valley, it is a great place to visit throughout the year.
With vast grazing pastures, hay meadows, hedgerows and secluded woodland, this reserve is rich in wildflowers, birds, bees and butterflies.