We were staying at a camping site in Llangurig. Had visited Rhayader for some lunch and decided to stop off on our way back to the site.
We gave our dogs a walk on their extendable leads from the front car park, along a fern covered path.
We noticed cars were driving along the road and wondered where they were heading.
We wanted to see the Dippers and followed signs to a 'Dipper viewing hide'. Sadly it was far too hot to walk the dogs far, so we had to return to the Campervan.
They had a good drink of fresh water and were fine to travel up along the road, further into the Nature Reserve.
The road is narrow with passing places and we didn't meet too many obstacles before arriving at a small parking area, close to the Dipper Hide and what looked like a very interesting information barn.
We decided to leave this area for a future visit when we would have more time to explore the area.
It looks very interesting indeed. On route to the Dipper Hide, we had seen Foxgloves, heard Cookoo's in the distance. We haven't heard a Cookoo's call in years. !!
Watched Red Kites soaring over head, as they do over our camping site. !
We will be back to explore this area in more detail. So handy to our nearby site. Alive with Nature. Really looking forward to our next visit.
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