A fine example of ancient woodland, with a rich flora of mosses, liverworts and ferns, the Coed Crafnant reserve is comprised of two distinct woodlands; Coed Crafnant and Coed Dolbebin
A fine example of an ancient woodland, rich in rare Atlantic bryophytes. Its primitive flora of mosses, liverworts and ferns actually occupy two distinct woodlands with different histories; Coed Crafnant and Coed Dolbebin. Together they form part of the extensive Rhinog Site of Special Scientific Interest within the Snowdonia National Park. The native oak tree canopy has provided a warm, moist, humid environment for at least 6,000 years. The woods come alive with birdsong in the spring.