Discover amazing HERITAGE
in the Cambrian Mountains
The Cambrian Mountains has history, heritage and culture around every corner.
From choral sing and competing in Eisteddfodau, to sheep dog trials and agricultural shows. the landscape has brought people together to socialise so much over the centuries, and still does.
There are churches and chapels that have their own stories to tell too.
Whilst agriculture has been the mainstay of the landscape for generations, small-scale industrial work has been carried out in remote lead, silver and gold mines. With a trained eye these places can be spotted and even experienced as visitor attractions.
The legacy of the woollen industry remains alive too and there are many places where you can see and buy welsh blankets and quilts.
And who'd have thought the 8th woman to climb Mont Blanc, the first Welshman to climb Everest and the first game of rugby to be played in Wales all have a strong Cambrian Mountains connection.
Immerse yourself in Cymraeg, the Welsh Language too.
Croeso i Fynyddoedd Cambrian~
Welcome to the Cambrian Mountains.
Lleoliadau hanesyddol/Historical sites