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There is ongoing development of access and information on walks.
In August 2007, the tramway tunnel under the A483 was opened. Walkers now have access to the hill without having to cross this busy main road.

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In August, 2007, one adventurous resident of Bronwylfa and her grandson braved the ongoing developments and made the journey from Llanymynech back to Bronwylfa on the pathway though the Heritage Area.

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One new access route takes the walker to the tramway which led to the top of the Hoffman Kiln. This gives an excellent view into the top of the kiln with the stoke hole access for adding coal to the kiln being clearly visible.

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