Vale Trail 6
Recently featured in The Times in an article detailing ’20 of the UK’s most beautiful woodlands for winter walks, this delightful, refreshing walk includes a glacial valley, the Cwm George Iron Age hill fort, and, if you’re lucky, the occasional leaping salmon, or so legend has it....
It starts in the charming village of Dinas Powys, before passing through fields and forests, and following the Wrinstone Brook. The route is a ‘figure of eight’ so you can choose a shorter 3 mile option.
The route is dog-friendly, but be aware of some livestock, a few stiles, and short sections on quiet roads.
PLaces of interest
- Cwm George
- Heol y Cawl (Broth Lane)
- Iron Age Hill Fort
- Wrinstone Brook
- Salmon Leaps
Vale Trail 6 - Salmon Leaps is featured on the Cardiff City Guide by Momondo. Cardiff is within very easy reach of Dinas Powys where you will find the Salmon Leaps Walk. Check out Momondo's Cardiff Guide for travel inspiration.
Travelling by Public Transport?
Plan your route using the Transport Planner. Follow the link for details of all the public transport routes in the Vale and help you plan your journey by rail, bus or on foot.