For an excellent day out a visit to the Blaenavon area is a must. Its less than half an hour’s drive from Cwmdu campsite and the route there and back is breathtakingly spectacular. Follow the map via Gilwern or Abergavenny and the excellent sign-posting to Big Pit mine. Big Pit is the National Mining Museum…
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