Went on a nice sunny day in July.Easy to find using sat nav. There is some kind of shuttle bus that covers the Mynd too. Busy with families at the bottom as there are school hols. All visitors seem to be friendly. The views are brill at the top and its absolutely full of peace and quiet. Takes about 45 mins to reach high end and approx 80 mins to reach peak. Nice walk back down. Wild ponies around too. Take a picnic but there is a coffee shop at the car park area. The National Trust guys were out in force and was quite surprised how excellent there social skills and diplomatic skills were. Usually get looked at like a foreigner looking for a benefits office. Well done.
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