Caban Bryn Arw

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A stunning shepherd's hut nestled in the Black Mountains of South Wales.

Walk from this lovely shepherd’s hut to the summit of Bryn Arw, and you’ll be rewarded with 360˚ views: Vale of Ewyas to the north, Blorenge to the south, Sugar Loaf to the west and Skirrid Fawr to the east. Walking books and OS maps provided, to help you plan your next route.

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Caban Bryn Arw

Rhyd Lanau Barn,, Forest Coal Pit, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire, NP7 7LH
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