The Arch, near Aberystwyth
Walks through huge beech trees with views over...
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Block Wood is one of the conifer plantations that make up Ceri Forest.
You can access the Kerry Ridgeway long distance footpath from the Block Wood car park.
There are good views from the picnic tables amongst the trees around the car park.
The Kerry Ridgeway long distance footpath passes through Ceri Forest.
The Kerry Ridgeway is an ancient trackway with a long tradition as a trade and drovers’ route from Wales to markets in England.
The route never dips below 1000 feet (300 metres) above sea level, resulting in remarkable views to Wales on one side and England on the other.
Walkers, horse riders and cyclists may follow this route.
The Kerry Ridgeway long distance footpath is 15 miles (24 kilometres) long from the Cider House car park, near the village of Dolfor in Powys, to Bishops Castle in Shropshire.
The Kerry Ridgeway footpath is looked after by Powys County Council.
There is some waymarking but we recommend that you take a map for longer walks.
If you park at the Block Wood car park, you can easily reach some of the historical features on the Kerry Ridgeway.
Block Wood car park in Ceri Forest is situated off the B4368, three miles south of the village of Kerry.
It is in the county of Powys.
Ceri Forest is on Ordnance Survey (OS) map 214.
The OS grid reference is SO 149 862.
The nearest train station is in Newtown.
Newtown is served by bus services 41 and 81.
For details of public transport visit Traveline Cymru's website.
Car parking in the Natural Resources Wales car park at Block Wood is free of charge.
Overnight parking is not permitted.
The Cider House car park at the start of the Kerry Ridgeway is located on the B4355 and is managed by Powys County Council.
Tel: 0300 065 3000