This site uses cookies to improve your experience and the quality of our services. By using this site you agree to its use of cookies. More information Hide

This website is also available for your locale (English, United States). Click here to change it.
Click here to hide this message.

Caeau Tan y Bwlch

Need a hotel nearby?

Sponsored links

Routes nearby

Places of Interest nearby

Matched content

Hotels nearby

Restaurants nearby

Sponsored links

Natural area
Location type: Natural area
Location address:
Number of texts: 2
3 stars
Made by Wingreen
Made by Wingreen | Reference

Caeau Tan y Bwlch (“the fields below the mountain pass”) on the northern slopes of Bwlch Mawr represent some of the last unimproved fields left on the Lleyn Peninsula with clawdd (earth and stone) walls still in place. The meadows are grazed from September to April each year. Some of the drier meadows are cut for hay in late summer.
Wildflowers at the reserve - what to see and when
May: Cuckooflower, marsh violet
June: Adder’s-tongue, greater butterfly-orchid, bogbean
July: Black knapweed, common bird’s-foot-trefoil, heath spotted-orchid
August: Devil’s-bit scabious
The upper fields at Caeau Tan y Bwlch support common knapweed, bird’s-foot-trefoil, lady’s-mantle, adder’s-tongue fern, heath, common spotted-orchid and greater butterfly-orchid.
On the lower, wetter slopes a variety of ferns, sedges and other water-loving plants thrive, such as wood horsetail, marsh violet, bogbean, cuckooflower and Devil’s-bit scabious.

Classify this POI
Link to route

Made by Wingreen
Made by Wingreen

Looking down the meadow towards Dinas Dinlle

Classify this POI
Link to route


Add comment