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Hafod Estate, Pontrhydygroes, Ystrad-Meurig, Ceredigion Wales was once famous for its mining operations, in particular of the slate used for the roofing still so common here.
When you're ready to venture further afield, you'll be rewarded with an abundance of great attractions, including some 400-plus castles and fortifications, stunning scenery, and numerous heritage railways.Wales boasts more than 10 heritage railway lines, and it's now possible to take in many of the most popular landmarks, whether mountains, seaside towns or castles, simply by jumping on a steam train.Many of the bigger lines, such as the 14 mile-long Ffestiniog Railway running through Snowdonia National Park, offer unique train driving courses and volunteer opportunities to add to the experience.From here you'll get your first glimpse of the River Mynach as it plunges 300 ft into the valley far below. It's a bit of a climb back up - especially those steep slippery steps of Jacob's Ladder, the segment leading to the oldest bridge - but the views are incredible.Afterwards, visit Hafod Estate, 200-acres of lovingly restored woodlands and 18th Century gardens once considered the finest in Britain.
Snowdonia National Park is also one of the most popular hiking and climbing destinations in Britain, and extends from the coast all the way to Bala Lake.