The Glasdir Copper Trail
|1.82 km||123 m|
Calculate the time using Naismith’s Rule and factor in your own pace.
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The Glasdir Copper Trail Details
Very easy woodland ramble in the Coed y Brenin forest park.
From the FC Website:
“The walk takes you through the old copper mine of Glasdir where copper was mined from 1852 to 1914. It was here that the owner Alexander Elmore patented a method of extracting copper from the ore using oil flotation. This method is still used World wide today. There are a number of flights of steps on this walk. Please take care not to stray from the paths as the old works are dangerous.”
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Click here for a printable map and guide from the Forestry Commission website.
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