The Cambrian Mountains are considered to be last great wilderness of Wales. It's lofty mountain tops and steep sided valleys make it a natural adventure playground to explore. It's also very quiet, meaning you can ride or hike all day without seeing another soul.
You can also travel from summit to sea in just over 30 mins, or a little more leisurely by bike or on foot. The Dyfi Bike Park and it's adrenaline fuelled trails are just 25 mins away, or go full enduro off piste in Dyfi Forest. 
Bird watching at the nearby Osprey hide in Hafren is a must, watching them swoop and dive above the fishermen and sailor's on Llyn Clywedog.
Matt and his team at Brenin Adventures can take you on a fun filled day of activities including sailing, kayaking, canoeing, gorge walking, abseiling, team building and other adrenaline fuelled outdoor activities. Visit for more information.
On the other side of Hafren Forest is the Yamaha Off Road Experience, where Geraint, Rowan and Dylan can teach and guide you on a big day out around the forest and Cwm Elan.
There's something to do for everyone, big or small...


Sailing on nearby Clywedog Reservoir

Road Cyclists dream, classic cols and coastal roads from the door

Designated a Dark Skies area

Fly Fishing on Clywedog Reservoir

Mountain Biking

Hafren/Dyfi Forest

Motorsports, Yamaha Enduro School/World Rally in Hafren Forest

Fully equipped yoga studio

Miles and miles of walks including Glyndwrs Way

Bird watching, in particular Ospreys and Red Kites

Y Star Inn, Dylife -

A local Public House just 2 miles away

Glaslyn Nature Reserve and miles and miles of wilderness

Kayak and Canoe on the nearby rivers and reservoirs

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The Lodge, Staylittle 2021