Cilgerran Gorge

North Pembrokeshire, Cilgerran, near Cardigan, SA43 2SS

Cilgerran Gorge is a four mile circular walk along woodland pathways to the Welsh Wildlife Centre, returning via undulating paths up and down the steep sided gorge. Please be aware that the gorge is steep, slippery and can be treacherous in places. If you need up date information on conditions please contact the Welsh Wildlife Centre before you embark on the walk. Alternatively, follow the slightly easier and shorter Cilgerran Wildlife Walk.

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dog friendlyDog friendly all year!

car parkingDolbadau car park on the riverside at Cilgerran.


Toilets (Car Park & Wildlife Centre)

4 Responses to Cilgerran Gorge
  1. Julie Paterson
    April 29, 2013 |

    Walked to cider ran from Cilgerran yesterday 28th April 2013 along the gorge route, would not recommend it as towards the end the path disappears and is very dangerous with many badger sets. Best to take the woodland trail away from the river.

    • Dog Rover
      April 30, 2013 |

      Thanks for the update Julie. Perhaps all the rain from past months has washed that part of the path away. Very good of you to let us know.

      All the best
      Dog Rover!

  2. Dog Rover
    February 12, 2012 |

    Thanks for this Kim. Really helpful information. Hopefully the landslide will be cleared soon.

  3. Kim Jameson
    February 11, 2012 |

    I went to recce this walk today (11.02.12) as it sounds an ideal walk for my PawPrints Dog walking group. I parked at the information center. Unfortunately there has been a landslide at one end of the walk. Fortunately I started at the end where the slide and the signs were. So if you are going for this walk, although I am sure the slide will be cleared quickly, just be aware otherwise you will have to turn and walk all the way back. I did walk out for about a mile in the other direction and came back the same way and has the making of a promising walk just wish I could have done the whole lot! Two very happy dogs though so all is well in their world. Thanks for the pointer. Great site.

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