The Radnor Forest, Elan Valley and Plymlimon are the great Natural Park of Britain that never was. Even though Government has failed to recognise their importance, the area is one of the great jewels of the British Isles.
Soon after Leominster the rolling fields, the hop-poles and the cider orchards of Herefordshire give way to a new landscape. It is a place of heather and bracken, rock-filled streams, waterfalls, kites skating in the skies above, forgotten castles and mist tumbling down tree-cloaked hillsides.
This book traces an emotional journey through this land of wonder from Hergest Ridge to Caban Coch, from Hafod to the Irish Sea.