National Nature Reserve with fen, grassland & heath with wide range of wildflowers and animals.
Cors Goch is famous for its calcareous fenland and acidic heathland which both support many rare plant species. Cors Goch is a valuable base rich fen. In 1964, the purchase of three farm holdings led to the formation of the NWWT. These have since been extended to form the reserve you see today. Its international importance has now been recognised.
Take the A5025 to the junction about 1.5 miles North of Pentraeth. On the left there is a turning to Llanbedrgoch. About 1 mile beyond the village leave your car in the lay-by on the left, just north of the track leading to the reserve.
Download a copy of the full reserve leaflet (pdf 864k) with map of the site and lots more information.
Download a copy of a technical leaflet, containing a detailed description of the geology of Cors Goch (742k)
For further information on this reserve, please contact Jon Rowe on 01248 351541 or by email.
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(updated 5th January 2008)
North Wales Wildlife Trust
Cors Goch SH 503 817 (167 acres)