Riverine walks (south-west)

This group contains walks along all rivers which flow into the sea between Land’s End and the Wirral.


Camel Trail

Length <60km
Max transport gap <10km

A 28km railbed walk from Wenford Bridge to Padstow.

Llwybr Mawddach
Mawddach Trail

Length <20km
Max transport gap <10km

A 15km railbed walk between Barmouth and Dolgellau.

Taith Gerdded Glan yr Afon Rhymni
Rhymney Valley Riverside Walk

Length <60km
Max transport gap <20km

A 55km walk between Bute Town (at the head of the valley) and Cardiff.

Llwybr Hafren
Severn Way

Length >60km
Max transport gap > 30km

A 338km walk between the river’s source on Pumlumon Fawr and the upper boundary of the Bristol Channel at Severn Beach.

Taith Gerdded Sirhywi
Sirhowy Valley Walk

Length <60km
Max transport gap <20km

A 42km walk along and above the Sirhowy Valley between Tredegar and Tredegar House, just to the west of Newport.

Llwybr Taf
Taff Trail

Length >60km
Max transport gap > 30km

A walk of 88km between Brecon and Cardiff.

Llwybr Dyffryn Gwy
Wye Valley Walk

Length >60km
Max transport gap >20km

A 223km walk between Rhyd-y-benwch, near the source of the river, and Chepstow, where it empties into the Severn.

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