We parked the car near the bike trail and read the information panel which seemed to indicate that all the footpaths are open. Don't believe all that you read.
|View of Mynydd Allt y Grug from car|
At the next farm on the path there was no signage. However the owner directed us to a farm track leading down to what appeared to be a quarry road.
We had hoped to take the path to Pistyll Gwyn but there was no path on the ground and so we continued on the main track leading through the wood.
At the end of the wood we spotted the track leading uphill to join the upper footpath passing the ruins of Coedcae Mawr and Tir Gawr where we stopped for lunch.We then carried on along the path to join the path leading to the top of Mynydd Allt y Grug.
|View down to Pontardawe|
|The track from the quarry road|
|Upper track through wood near Coedcae Mawr|
|On the way up to Mynydd Allt y Grug|
|Approaching the top|
|Looking to towards Varteg Hill|
A decision was made to trespass and head towards our earlier way up. We were spotted by the farmer who was clearly not happy with us and we were directed back up the field to the correct path.
There were no further incidents and arrived safely back at the car after visiting Godre'r Graig Park.
|Various inserts with school childrens names|
|A Dragon Fly|