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Silent Valley Nature Reserve, Cwm.

Map ref. SO186059 Nearest Postcode NP23 7RZ

Lat N5144’ 47.4498” (51.746514)

Lon W-3 10’ 45.0294” (-3.179175)

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From the Tregare Street meeting point.

Head towards the cenotaph & turn right at the lights. At the Old Green roundabout. Take the 4th exit (Right) signposted M4 Cwmbran.

At the Harlequin roundabout take the second exit signposted Cardiff M4 (West)

At the next roundabout take the first exit signposted Cardiff M4. Join the motorway.

At the next motorway exit (junction 26) leave the motorway & at the roundabout take the third exit (rIght) signposted B4591 Highcross.

At a the next roundabout take the first exit (Left) signposted Brynmawr (A467)

At the next two roundabouts (They are close together) continue to follow signs for Brynmawr (A467)

Follow the A467. You will pass Risca, Cwmcarn, Abercarn, Newbridge, Crumlin, Llanhilleth.

At Aberbeeg you come to a small roundabout. Take the first exit (Left) signposted Ebbw Vale A4046.

At the next roundabout take the third exit to continue on the A4046.

Continue for 1.25miles. You will have passed through most of Cwm.

Then turn right signposted Cwm . There is a dedicated right turn lane.

Continue on this road for 0.5 of a mile.

Pass the Bailey Arms on your left. 300 yards after the pub,

turn left into Cendl Terrace.

The corner should be easy to spot there are two houses on the corner painted Salmon Pink & Red. Follow Cendl Terrace for 530 yards.

The Nature Reserve is on the right. There is a brown sign .

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Nice walk, but how do I get there?

Well you should go to the Tregare Street meeting point, be early we leave promptly.That way you can car share with others. But if you need instructions to get to the walk start point this page may be where you can find them.

A map reference, latitude and longitude for your sat. nav., a link to a map, or someone's helpful instructions. I’ve tried to make these directions correct. Apologies if they are not. All feedback will be welcome. Also if you follow the links to a map, you can zoom in or out, and change the map style to whichever you find easiest to read.

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