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Mynydd Dinas via Wales Coast Path is a 2.4 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Port Talbot, Neath Port Talbot, Wales that features a great forest setting and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and trail running.

Length2.4 miElevation gain452 ftRoute typeOut & Back
Kid friendlyHikingWalkingRunningForestViews
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Nicola Hawkes
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HikingOver grown

Easy little walk up the mountain with lovely views. Only took about 30 mins. The last little bit to the peak of the trail is overgrown and you can't see much other than the stone. We got a verified when we got to the top and the walk was a little short for what we're used to we made it into a 5mile loop trail down the other side of the mountain. Lots of different alterations you could make to this trail depending on how far you want to walk. Great for the dogs to run off lead. Not really any where to park at the bottom but its not busy. Would definitely go again.

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Jessica Kiely
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WalkingRocky
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Richard Shaw
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Best mountain in the world! The end

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Adam Adz
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Hiking

For some reason the recording paused at the top of pen y fan leaving a gap but it's only one track easy enough to work out the missing bit. One of the hardest ways to the pen y fan summit, and one of my favourites

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Craig Nelson
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HikingIcyMuddyOver grown
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Matthew Lindell
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Nice walk. Took about 2 hours there and back, but we had a toddler and junior with us - so am sure we could have done it within an hour with just adults. All round a nice walk that we all enjoyed. there is a small area where cars can be parked at the start (approx 3-4 cars max)

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Debbie Evans
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Hiking
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Beautiful views across to Swansea bay. Easy to follow trail and great for dogs.

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daniel heaton
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Hiking
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Laura Lewis
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Hiking
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Frances Sheppard
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Hiking
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Sam Champion
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Hiking
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