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The Ystwyth Trail
Connects Aberystwyth on
Bay with Tregaron in the northern Telfi Valley.
Much of the track follows the track of the Old Great Western railway line with
history of its predecessor, the Manchester and Milford Railway Company
Rheidol Cycle Trail
18 miles. Cycle ride along designated cycle paths
and quiet country lanes between the towns of Aberystwyth and Devil’s Bridge.
Routes from Lampeter:-
Route 1: Town Swap 23
Lampeter start: to Tregaron on scenic
ride through villages of Cellan, Llanfair Clydogau and Llandewi. Chance to
visit the Red Kite Centre en-route.
Route 2: St David’s Way 17 miles, circular
Lampeter start: route crosses the Teifi
to Cwmann before cycling through Cellan and Llanfair Clydogau and the
picturesque village ofLlanddewi
Return to Lampeter along the Teifi river.
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Route 3: Cribyn and Cae Hir Garden 10 miles, circular
Lampeter start: climb out of Teifi valley
with sweeping views over Lampeter and surrounding coutryside with Cambrian mountains in the background, to the village of Cribyn with access to the 6 acres
of Cae Hir Garden.
Routes from Tregaron
Route 1: The Hallelujah Trail 13
Tregaron start: the route heads along the
Roman road of Sarn Helen and on towards Llangeitho before a return to Tregaron.
Route 2: Fauna and Florida 15 miles, circular
Tregaron start: passing the expanse of
Cors Caron – one of the finest raised peat bogs systems n Britain – past the ruins
pf the Great Abbey of Strata Florida founded by Cisterian Monks in 1164 and
burial place of some of the last native Prince of Wales. The route returns to
Tregaron with spectacular views across Cors Caron.
Routes from Aberavon
Route 1: Llanerchaeron Discovered 10 miles, circular
Aberaeron start: along the bank of the
river Aeron, past National Trust’s Llanerchaeron 18th century Gentry estate, onto the
southern slopes of th Aeron valley.
Route 2: Secret Garden 20
Aberaeron start: along the banks of the
river Aeron, heads east along the Aeron valley, quiet lanes and countryside.
Route 3: Two Ports of Call 14
New Quay start: quiet country lanes to
the port of Aberaeron and back.
Routes from New Quay
Route 1: Poet and Potter
New Quay start: route passes the site of
Majoda – home to Dylan Thomas in 1944-45 where he wrote the first part of Under
Milkwood – stunning views along the coast and return along a scenic return into
Route 2: Green Seas and Honey Bees 30 miles,
New Quay start: takes in most of the
spectacular scenary on that part of the Ceredigion coast. Coastal settlements
and inland hamlets, Cwmtydu cove, Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre, seaside
village of LLangrannog, New Quay Honey Farm.
Routes from Cardigan
Route 1: Cilgerran and Llechryd 10 miles, circular
Cardigan start: across the Teifi marshes
to the Welsh Wldlife Centre and countryside arund Cardigan – from the Wildlife
Centre there’s the chance to visit Cilgerran gorge and castle by boat.
Route 2: Poppit and St Dogmaels 10 miles, circular
Cardigan start: Hanes Aberteifi Heritage
Centre, on to Poppit and sands of ther Teifi estuary, through wooded valley to
St Dogmaels and the water-pwered flourmill still producing flour ground in the
Route 3: Poppit and Cilgerran 13
Cardigan start: route is a variation of
above two routes with a return journey past the Welsh Wildlife Centre with
return to Cardigan alongside the river.
Route 5: Flight of the Butterfly 14 miles, circular
Cardigan start: follows a route to Gwbert
and Mwnt taking in Cardigan Island Coastal Park and Felinwynt Rainforest
and Butterfly Centre.
Route 6: Ring of Fire 23 miles
Cardigan start: the route explores the
countryside around Cardigan. En-route is Internal Fire Museum at Castell Pridd,
seaside villages of Tresaith and Aberporth, views across Cardigan Bay, seaside
and away from the coast again past Felinwynt Rainforest and Butterfly Centre
and back to Cardigan.
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