Table Mountain and Pen Cerrig Calch are two of Wales’ most popular hiking trails. They provide breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside as well as a challenging hike for experienced hikers.
At 1085 metres above sea level, Table Mountain is the higher of the two peaks. It is a popular climbing and hiking destination, and the views from the top are truly breathtaking. Pen Cerrig Calch, at 973 metres, is slightly lower but no less popular with hikers. It’s famous for its rocky terrain and views of Snowdonia.
Table Mountain and Pen Cerrig Calch are both worth a visit, whether you’re looking for a strenuous hike or a leisurely stroll.