Enjoy a gentle stroll this summer and discover The Kymin grounds in a whole new light. Even if you visited this delightful place in spring, it is well worth another visit to bask in the delights of the new season.
A walk through St Mary's Vale offers calm and serenity at any time of year. Enjoy this wonderful oak woodland before venturing to the summit of the Sugar Loaf for spectacular views as far as the eye can see.
Are you feeling creative or just fancy relaxing in a picturesque environment to feast on some delicious food? If so, The Kymin is your perfect location this summer. Enjoy a picnic with the family or join volunteer Lavinia to create your own watercolour masterpiece. Sit back and relax or join in the fun - there's plenty for the whole family.
Explore nature's playground this summer with Wild Wednesday on the Sugar Loaf or Skirrid near Abergavenny. Build a den, create some wild art or simply soak up the atmosphere and get closer to nature - a wild adventure for a Wild Wednesday.
The Kymin might be known for Georgian gentility and picnicking, but it's also a haven for wildlife. With a mixture of open spaces and semi-ancient woodland, birds, bats, badgers, and even wild boar have made this small but special place home.
Controlling the bracken on the Sugar Loaf is vital to help preserve the heathland, which is an important habitat for grouse and other ground nesting birds. This year sections of bracken found on the common will be crushed, reducing its energy so it doesn’t take over and smother the heather. All of this is done to ensure the Sugar Loaf remains a healthy landscape for all that call it home.