The Bunny Walks

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Llantrisant Common
We are happy to announce that, following a long legal process the Afon Elai walk has been reintroduced into the series. The path mentioned in section 2 of the leaflet has been added to the definitive map and is a public footpath.

Afon Elai

Mynydd Garthmaelwg Llantrisant Forest

Llantrisant Town

The Caerau and Rhiwsaeson

Castellau and Pen-y-coedcae
Amendment to route, point 4:-   After crossing stream and stile turn left into woodland. Continue through wood until the track brings you to a gate and fence; do go through and turn left immediately and follow edge of the field keeping the fence on your left hand side to a gate in the corner. Go through gate and you will see a hunters gate to your right. After going through the hunters gate keep walking with fence on your right. And exit woodland by gate and head to-wards tree and kissing gate to the right of bungalow. Turn left and follow road to start of walk.

Bunny Walks on Ramblers' Routes

The Ramblers' Routes section of the Ramblers web-site now included instructions for five of the bunny walks. You will need to have an account with Ramblers to view the full details.

Llantrisant Common

Afon Elai

Mynydd Garthmaelwg Llantrisant Forest

The Caerau and Rhiwsaeson

Castellau and Pen-y-coedcae

The Rabbit Logo

The rabbit logo that has been used for this series of six walks was first used in the 1970s to designate selected footpaths in the Llantrisant area. Rebbecca James and Zoe Azzopardi, who where members of the 1st Llantrisant Brownies designed, the logo.