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Iron Mountain Trail: Part One

About

The Iron Mountain Trail is a circular walk that can either be treated as a separate walk or can be combined with part two to give a 18km, 12 mile circuit of the major sites of the Blaenavon Industrial Landscape World Heritage Site. The trail is a unique opportunity to explore the wonderful landscape of the World Heritage Site which is situated between the towns of Blaenavon and Abergavenny in the South East corner of the Brecon Beacons National Park in South Wales. This spectacular trail follows the routes of former tramways, inclines and footpaths linking many of the historic features which make this landscape of world significance.

Public Transport Directions

Please contact us for public transport directions.

Road Directions

The trail starts from Pen-ffordd-goch Pond Car Park (locally known as Keeper's Pond) at SO 254 197. There are other car parks, indicated in red in the route description with their locations marked on the plan; these car parks can also be used as your starting point if you wish as the route description takes this into account.