Tylcau Hill


Small pearl-bordered fritillary by Pip Amos

Small pearl-bordered fritillary by Pip Amos at Gilfach

Tylcau Hill Nature Reserve Guided Walk

Join us as we explore and take in the stunning views at Tylcau Hill, and hopefully spot the elusive Adders' Tongue Fern!

Event details

Meeting point

Reserve Car Park


10:00am - 12:00pm
A static map of Tylcau Hill Nature Reserve Guided Walk

About the event

A slice of old Radnorshire, the Tylcau Hill Nature Reserve contains a number of varied habitats, as well as stunning views of the surrounding countryside.  

Join us for a 2.5km walk across this beautiful site, learn more about its species and management, and try to spot some of the many interesting plants and animals that call it home!  From mountain pansies and small pearl bordered fritillary, to green hairstreak butterflies and the elusive adders' tongue fern, there are plenty to fascinating species to find!

While no prior knowledge or expertise is needed, any experts would be welcome to come and share their knowledge and experience.

The walk contains some steep, rough and possibly wet terrain, so wellies or good sturdy boots are recommended!



Free, but any donations are welcome.

Additional booking information

Please make your booking using the Eventbrite form listed below.

Suitable for

Experts, Beginners

Know before you go


No dogs permitted

What to bring

Wellies, or good sturdy boots
Suitable clothing
Binoculars (optional)

Contact us

Jonathan Stone
Contact email: jonathan@rwtwales.org