The Cambrian Mountains has a range of walking trails, exploring gentle woodland and tumbling waterfalls,the routes of medieval monks, romantic 18th century writers and poets in search of adventure, and the tracks of drovers and miners of the 19th century. Find quiet solitude on some of Ceredigion’s more challenging walks in the vast expanse of moorland and upland lakes,and view the peaks of Snowdonia and the Beacons of south Wales from a different perspective - from the summit of Pumlumon.
Take the Pumlumon Fawr Challenge in 2018 by tackling five different routes to the summit of the mountain, in the company of Walkers are Welcome communities from Devil's Bridge and Tregaron.
A range of publications describing walks in Ceredigion including maps and guidebooks are available from Ceredigion's Tourist Information Centres.
Each red pin on the map below represents the starting point for a range of walks in the Cambrian Mountains area. The blue circles take you to locations where there are several walks from the same starting point. Click on the red pin or blue circle for a downloadable pdf description and directions.