St Harmon Community Trail
From the crossroads and parking area head eastwards along the access road leading to Garth Farm. After 200 metres, where the road bears left, a waymarker post on the right directs you to a metal fieldgate. Beyond this first gate, with the hedge on the right, the route passes through a further three fieldgates. The path now continues, with the hedge on the left, via three pedestrian gates to a small conifer wood, pass through the wood via two further pedestrian gates. On emerging from the wood, turn diagonally left, northwards, across a field (a tumulus is indicated on OS maps here to the right of the path) to another fieldgate in the field corner, turning left the path heads westwards across a large "L" shaped file, passing a field edge waymarker, to another fieldgate. Beyond this gate, with the hedge to the left, continue westward via two fieldgates through a farmyard. A field edge path now leads to a footbridge, beyond which the route continues across a small field, via the old railway line and a further series of small fields to a fieldgate. On passing through this fieldgate turn right and ascend to and through Llwyn-y-brain farmyard, then along the farm drive to the main road. Crossing the road, a signpost directs you through a fieldgate, across a field, passing a waymarker post then via two gates to the access track to Pwll Farmhouse. Turning right along the track and on entering the yard turn immediately right into the field and turn left, skirting the edge of the field up the slope to a gate, pass through a gate and turn left on to the bridleway. Now head southwest via three gateways until reaching Coedllwydion, after passing a waymarker post on the right continue ahead via two fieldgates (do not take the access road on the left) along a grassy track. Beyond the next gate and keeping with the hedge on the left, pass through a further gate, passing Oakland House on the right and along the driveway, via a further gate, to the public road. Turning left along the road continue until the road forks, turning right here the road continues until reaching the start/finish point.