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Cwm Rhaeadr

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Cwm Rhaeadr

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In a remote woodland 20 miles from the mountain bike base at Brechfa, and just outside the village of Cilycwm lies Cwm Rhaeadr, home to a wonderful red mountain biking route. It may only be 6.7km in length and it may be the only route here, but it is definitely worth the trip. Made possible with funding awarded to the Cilycwm Local Community Association it is rated by MBR magazine and most who ride here as one of the best trails in the UK. Check out the film edit for Cwm Rhaeadr to see for yourself.

Facilities
Accommodation and refreshments are available in the village of Cilycwm and in Llandovery.
The small car park at Cwm Rhaeadr is free to use.

Contact info
Please contact Natural Resources Wales.

 
Closures – HARVESTING OPERATIONS WILL COMMENCE IN SEPTEMBER 2019 
We will be felling larch trees that have become infected with a fungus called Phytophthora ramorum. Under disease control measures, they have been treated them with a herbicide to minimise the spread of the disease. The trees have died and now we need to fell them.

These operations will cause some disruption, and parts of the forest will be closed to walkers and mountain bikers.
For more information please contact James Tinney 0300 065 3956
 

Getting here
Cwm Rhaeadr, near Llandovery is located one mile north of Cilycwm village. Follow the signs for Cilycwm from the A482 or A483. Continue north out of Cilycwm towards Llyn Brianne Reservoir until you reach the signs for Cwm Rhaeadr.

OS Grid Reference: SN 765 423

 

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Our Trails

Cwn Rhaeadr Route
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Cwm Rhaeadr Route

From the small car park the route uses fire roads for the 2.7km ascent, but don’t worry th ...
From the small car park the route uses fire roads for the 2.7km ascent, but don’t worry the climb soon melts away a ...