Taff Trail

Description
Follow the River Taff, from Cardiff to Brecon, on this fantastic waterside cycling and walking route.
You start on the River Taff in Cardiff and head along the river northwards passing the Millenium Stadium and Cardiff Castle. There are also views of the attractive riverside Bute park and the Weir on the Taff near Maindy as you leave the centre of Cardiff. You soon come to Radyr and then onto Castle Coch (the red castle) before passing through the village of Nantgarw. The route continues along the river through Glyntaff and on to Pontypridd where you join the the trackbed of a disused railway to Merthyr Tydfil. The final section runs from Merthyr to Brecon passing the beautiful Pontsticill, Pentwyn and Talybont Reservoirs before joining the Monmouthshire and Brecon canal taking you into Brecon. There are splendid views of the Brecon Beacon mountains as you approach Brecon.
The trail is waymarked with a black and yellow disc.

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Taff Trail Ordnance Survey Map - view and print off detailed OS map

Taff Trail Aerial Photo View Map - view photos and points of interest

   
   
Distance55 miles (88 km)
Memory Map RouteTaff Trail.mmo (right click - 'Save As')
GPX FileTaff Trail.gpx (right click - 'Save As')
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Route Photos
Cardiff Millenium Stadium on the River Taff
Weir on the Taff, Cardiff
Pontypridd
Cefn Coed Railway Viaduct
Brecon Beacons view from Dol y Gaer Lake
Talybont Reservoir
Brecon Canal
Brecon Canal Basin, Brecon

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