Ogof Draenen


Ogof Draenen (Welsh for Hawthorn Cave) is, at 66 km (official figure; the true length of passage is still being revised upward, with a rough modern approximation at it being 70 km), the longest cave system in Wales and the second longest in Great Britain behind the Easegill System, Lost Johns and Notts 2 system in North Yorkshire. The cave was known only as a small entrance on a steep hillside until several years of digging broke through into major passage development in October 1994. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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You can find around this zone pois of interest and places relates with theatrers, Hamlets, villages and towns, suburbs, Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns, what to see / tourism / architecture and monuments, Mountains and hills, Archaeological sites, Railway Stations


  1. Borough Theatre

Hamlets, villages and towns

  1. Trevethin
  2. Pontymoile


  1. Cwmynyscoy

Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

  1. Llanellen

what to see / tourism / architecture and monuments

  1. Beaufort Theatre

Mountains and hills

  1. Partrishow
  2. Crug Mawr

Archaeological sites

  1. Crug Hywel

Railway Stations

  1. Llanhilleth railway station

Other interest places

  1. Abersychan
  2. St Cadocs/Penygarn
  3. Llanfoist
  4. Pontypool Museum
  5. Abergavenny
  6. Brynmawr
  7. Crickhowell
  8. Llanwenarth House
  9. Ogof Draenen
  10. Pen Cerrig-calch

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