Find traces of life in pre-Roman Britain, enjoy the easy walking on sandstone paths, and there's plenty of romping space for dogs to have a brilliant time here.
No litter bins, so please take all your rubbish away with you - including dog poo. Free parking. The car park is not signed, so you need a bit of a leap of faith - the turn is by a pond opposite a bungalow next to Pool Farm. You should see the National Trust sign by a gate at the start of the track.
You'll see a number of paths and this is a fabulous place to explore. Every visit looks different, and if you have children with you it's one of those places to inspire the imagination. As a starter route, turn right out of the car park and then go left and to the Maiden Castle. You can still see the earthworks of this early fortress, and get a view of the Welsh mountains too. 'Mai Dun' translates from an early language as the 'Castle of the Great Hill' - has it shrunk a bit? Anyway, the dog will love it and a roam around the fort and the paths around will be just over a mile/20-30 minutes of loveliness.
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Edited: 10th December 2018. The details of this listing may have changed, and though the Driving with Dogs team do our best to confirm the accuracy of every listing, we cannot guarantee that the details are fully up to date and accurate. If you know that any aspect of this listing is incorrect, please suggest an edit to let us know.