Whether you wander from the gate to do a loop round the block, or jump in the car and go off to find a mountain to conquer, there’s plenty of walks to do for all. We’ve got maps we can lend you and happy to give you some advice,

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From Whitehall Dairy

Pinion and back - off you go, back after a mile or so, good views and easy walking along the lane.
Tall house trek - a loop round to the other side of the valley - 45 minutes and you’re ready for dinner.
Camp farm - an hour and a half with more hills, but wander through the woods and back up again.
Haunted house - beware - the longer version of the Camp farm route.
Llandyssil loop - all on lanes, round to the village and back in an hour and a half.
Montgomery monument - up to the war memorial and back, with great views east as well as west.


Roundton hill is one of our favourites - just 15 minutes drive away on the other side of the vale of Montgomery, and iron age fort and an SSSI with a lovely pointed peak that makes you feel on top of the world.
Corndon is just near Roundton, quite a bit higher, an extinct volcano from 400 million years ago or so - you can drive quite close to a steep route to the top of the 570m high peak.
Offa’s Dyke path - you don’t have to do it all, but try a bit - just outside Montgomery.
Kerry ridgeway - another registered path, 400m+ up, forests, wide tracks, riding.



Further afield

We have a thing we’re doing called “hills on our horizon” - we occassionally go and climb a peak that we can see from Whitehall Dairy - here’s three crackers you can get to in an hour and a quarter by car, the walks are a good few hours of proper walking, but well well worth it.

Cader Idris.
Aran Fawddwy.

If you don’t fancy conquering the Berwyns, visit Pistyll Rhaeadr - tallest waterfall in Wales and England that is at the base of the route up.