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TRAFFIC FREE ROUTES IN WALES National Cycle Network GoTraffic Free in Wales WALES Go Free Range in Wales Contents It’s great to be on a bike. The sense of freedom, the pleasure Page of moving under your own steam, the feeling of arriving 2. Introduction – Go Free Range in Wales / Cycling in the UK somewhere and parking right outside. It’s no wonder we 3. Artwork on the Network in Wales never forget. 4. Cardigan / Cilgerran Cycle Route - Cardigan 5. Brunel Trail – Pembroke The National Cycle Network can bring you this feeling every 6. Millennium Coastal Park – Llanelli day. Whether cycling or walking to work or school, going to 7. Swiss Valley Cycle Route – Llanelli the shops or getting out into the countryside, the Network is 8. Swansea Bike Path – Swansea there to take you where you want to go. 9. Cefn Cribwr - Bridgend 10. Taff Trail – Cardiff There are 10,000 miles to explore in the UK. 1,000 in Wales 11. Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal – Newport alone. A third of the Network is completely traffic-free, along 12. Pontypool / Blaenavon Cycleroute – Pontypool riversides and through parks, old railway lines and canal 13. Celtic Trail – Hengoed towpaths, and the rest on quiet lanes and minor roads. 14. Clydach Gorge Cycle Route - Abergavenny 15. Taff Trail – Merthyr Tydfil The Network is co-ordinated by Sustrans, the UK’s leading 16. Elan Valley Trail – Rhayader sustainable transport charity, along with many local authorities. 17. Mawddach Trail – Dolgellau Sustrans is working towards a future in which people travel in 18. Lôn Eifion – Caernarfon ways that benefit their health and our environment. Our work 19. Lôn Las Cefni - Isle of Anglesey depends on the generous donations of thousands of 20. Lôn Las Ogwen - Bangor Supporters and the many other funders and partners with 21. North Wales Coastal Route – Colwyn Bay whom we work. 22. North Wales Coastal Route – Prestatyn 23. Connah’s Quay / Chester Railway Path You can help us make cycling and walking safer and more 24. Other Traffic Free Routes to Explore enjoyable and contribute to a healthier environment. Join 25. Challenging Day Rides - using traffic free routes and Sustrans today – visit www.sustrans.org.uk and click on minor roads. Information on Maps and Guides ‘join us now’ or telephone 0117 915 0115. 27. National Cycle Network, Wales Route Map Artwork on the Network in Wales Cycling in the UK Look out for artworks all along the National Cycle Network If you like the idea of exploring the UK from the saddle, why including Millennium Mile Posts, some have been painted by not get hold of a copy of ‘Cycling in the UK’, the official guide artists working with schools, youth and community groups. to the National Cycle Network. Published by Sustrans, the book is great for all whether you are new to cycling, you cycle with the family or you cycle everyday. To find your nearest National Cycle Network route or a route where you want to go and for guidebooks and maps visit: www.nationalcyclenetwork.org.uk 0845 113 00 65 Registered Charity No. 326550 Public Transport Information • Traveline Cymru 0870 6082608 www.traveline-cymru.org.uk 2 3 Cardigan / Cilgerran Cycle Route Brunel Trail - Pembroke Cardigan to Welsh Wildlife Centre Neyland Marina to Johnston 1.5 miles 4 miles Start Station Road, Cardigan Start Brunel Quay, Neyland Marina Category Riverside Path Category Railway Path Gradient Easy Gradient Easy, gentle incline Highlights Welsh Wildlife Centre; Highlights Westfield Pill Nature Reserve; Cilgerran Castle; Cleddau Estuary; Neyland Marina Nature Reserve Route Options Neyland Marina to the end of Route Options Cardigan to Cilgerran Castle Bolton Woods - 2.5 miles - 6 miles Refreshments Welsh Wildlife Centre; Cardigan; Neyland Marina to Haverfordwest Cilgerran - 9 miles Rail Stations N/A Refreshments Neyland Marina; Johnston; Haverfordwest Parking Station Road, Cardigan or Welsh Wildlife Centre, Cilgerran Rail Stations Johnston; Pembroke Dock; Haverfordwest Visitor Information Cardigan TIC 01239 613230 Parking Neyland Marina Other Information The route is traffic free to Welsh Wildlife Visitor Information Haverfordwest TIC 01437 763110 Centre, continue on quiet minor road to Pembroke Visitor Centre 01646 622388 Cilgerran Castle Other Information A few minor roads to cross. Gradient moderate beyond Johnston if continuing to Haverfordwest Cycle Map: Lôn Cambria / Lôn Teifi Cycle Map: Celtic Trail West 4 5 Millennium Coastal Park - Llanelli Swiss Valley Cycle Route - Llanelli Discovery Centre, North Dock Millennium Coastal Park to Tumble to Pembrey Country Park 6 miles 11 miles Start Discovery Centre, North Dock Start Discovery Centre, North Dock Category Coastal Promenade, Cyclepath Category Railway Path Gradient Easy Gradient Moderate, gradual incline Highlights Millennium Coastal Park; Highlights Millennium Coastal Park; Coastal views of the Gower Peninsula; Sandy Water Park; SSSI Pembrey Burrows and Dunes; Lliedi Reservoirs Pembrey Country Park Route Options Discovery Centre to Horeb Route Options Discovery Centre to National Wetlands - 5 miles Centre Wales Discovery Centre to Cross Hands - 4 miles (in opposite direction); - 14 miles National Wetlands Centre Wales to Refreshments Millennium Coastal Park; Horeb; Pembrey Country Park - 10 miles Tumble; Cross Hands Refreshments Discovery Centre; Burry Port; Pembrey Rail Stations Llanelli Country Park; National Wetlands Centre Parking Discovery Centre; Sandy Water Park Rail Stations Llanelli; Burry Port Visitor Information Carmarthen TIC 01267 231557 Parking Discovery Centre; Burry Port; Discovery Centre 01554 777744 National Wetlands Centre Wales Other Information See Millennium Coastal Park leaflet Visitor Information Discovery Centre 01554 777744 Pembrey Country Park 01554 833913 National Wetland Centre 01554 741087 Other Information Millennium Coastal Park and Pembrey Country Park leaflets. Other cycle routes within Pembrey Country Park Cycle Map: Celtic Trail West Cycle Map: Celtic Trail West 6 7 Swansea Bike Path - Swansea Cefn Cribwr - Bridgend Swansea Marina to Mumbles Bedford Park to Tondu Ironworks 6 miles 3.5 miles Start Swansea Marina Start Bedford Park, Cefn Cribwr Category Seafront Promenade Category Cyclepath Gradient Easy Gradient Moderate, gently undulating Highlights Swansea Marina; Highlights Parc Slip Nature Reserve; National Waterfront Museum; Tondu Ironworks; Coastal Views; Bedford Park & Ironworks Mumbles Pier and Lighthouse Route Options Aberkenfig to Bedford Park Route Options Clyne Valley Cycle Path, - 1 mile (in opposite direction) Blackpill to Gowerton Link with Sarn to Blackmill Cycle route - 4.5 miles - 3 miles Links to Swansea Bike Path at Blackpill Routes connect via Bryn Road. Follow Celtic Trail route 4 signs Refreshments Swansea Marina; Blackpill; Mumbles Refreshments Cefn Cribwr; Tondu Rail Stations Swansea; Gowerton (for Clyne Valley Cyclepath) Rail Stations Tondu; Sarn Parking Swansea Marina; Blackpill; Mumbles Parking Bedford Park; Tondu Ironworks; Parc Slip Nature Reserve Visitor Information Swansea TIC 01792 468321 Mumbles TIC 01792 361302 Visitor Information Bridgend TIC 01656 654906 Other Information Children's’ play areas at Blackpill and Bedford Park & Ironworks 01656 725155 Mumbles Other Information See Tondu to Pyle Community Route leaflet. Ogmore Valley Community Route leaflet Cycle Map: Celtic Trail West Cycle Map: Celtic Trail East 8 9 Taff Trail - Cardiff Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal - Newport Bute Park to Castell Coch Riverside Centre to Pontymoel Canal Basin, Pontypool 6 miles 9 miles Start Bute Park Start Riverside Centre Category Riverside Cyclepath Category Canal Towpath, Cyclepath Gradient Easy Gradient Easy Highlights Bute Park; Highlights Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal; Millennium Stadium; Artworks; Griffithstown Railway Museum; Llandaff Cathedral; Pontymoel Canal Basin; Castell Coch 14 Locks Canal Centre Route Options Bute Park to Hailey Park Route Options Riverside Centre to 14 Locks Canal - 3.5 miles Centre Bute Park to Cardiff Bay - 3.5 miles (follow Celtic Trail route 47) - 1.5 miles (in opposite direction) Link rides 10 & 11 Newport to Blaenavon World Heritage site Refreshments Cardiff Bay; Tongwynlais - 18 miles Rail Stations Cardiff Bay; Cardiff Central; Radyr Refreshments Newport; Pontymoel Canal Basin; Parking Cardiff Bay; Sophia Gardens 14 Locks Canal Centre Visitor Information Cardiff Visitor Centre 0870 909 2005 Rail Stations Newport; Pontypool Other Information There are minor roads through Parking Near Riverside Centre; Pontymoel Canal Tongwynlais to reach Castell Coch. Basin; 14 Locks Canal Centre Follow on-road Cycle Lanes at end of Taff Visitor Information Newport TIC 01633 842962 Trail to Cardiff Bay. 14 Locks Canal Centre 01633 894802 See Cardiff Cycling Map Other Information Follow cyclepath through Newport before joining canal at Barrack Hill. Routes 46 & 47 follow different canal arms beyond Newport Cycle Map: Celtic Trail East / Lôn Las Cymru South Cycle Map: Celtic Trail East 10 11 Pontypool/Blaenavon Cycleroute Celtic Trail - Hengoed - Pontypool Hengoed Viaduct to Parc Taff Bargoed Pontymoel Canal Basin to Garn Lakes 7 miles 6 miles Start Pontymoel Canal Basin Start Wheel of Drams, Hengoed Viaduct Category Railway Path Category Cyclepath, Railway Path Gradient Easy, gradual incline Gradient Easy Highlights Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal; Highlights Hengoed Viaduct; Garn Lakes & Nature Reserve; Artworks including the Wheel of Drams; Big Pit National Mining Museum; Parc Penallta; Pontypool & Blaenavon Railway Parc Taff Bargoed and Welsh International Climbing Centre Route Options Link rides 10 & 11 Newport to Blaenavon World Heritage Site Route Options Hengoed Viaduct to Parc Penallta - 18 miles - 4 miles Hengoed Viaduct to Parc Sirhowy Refreshments Pontymoel Canal Basin; Big Pit - 5 miles (in opposite direction) Rail Stations Pontypool Refreshments Parc Taff Bargoed Parking Pontymoel Canal Basin; Big Pit; Rail Stations Hengoed Garn Lakes Parking Hengoed Station; Parc Taff Bargoed; Visitor Information Blaenavon TIC 01495 792615 Parc Sirhowy Other Information Blaenavon is a World Heritage Site, leave Visitor Information Caerphilly Visitor Centre 029 2088 0011 the cyclepath and discover Blaenavon Ironworks and the Heritage and Cordell Other Information One road crossing at Penallta Road. Museum There are many artworks along the route. Divert to the top of Parc Penallta to view the magnificent Pit Pony earthworks sculpture Cycle Map: Celtic Trail East Cycle Map: Celtic Trail East 12 13 Clydach Gorge Cycle Route Taff Trail - Merthyr Tydfil Llanfoist to Gilwern Cefn Coed Viaduct to Pontsticill Reservoir 3 miles 4 miles Start Llanfoist Crossing car park just off B4246 Start Cefn Coed Viaduct Category Railway Path Category Railway Path Gradient Easy / Moderate Gradient Easy Highlights Govilon Wharf; Nature Reserve; Highlights Cefn Coed Viaduct; Pontsarn Viaduct; views of Brecon Beacons, Sugar Loaf Pontsticill Reservoir; Brecon Mountain and Skirrid mountains; Clydach Gorge Railway; Brecon Beacons National Park Route Options Llanfoist to Llanelly Hill Route Options Cefn Coed Viaduct to Pontsarn Viaduct - 5 miles - 2 miles Llanfoist to Brynmawr Cefn Coed Viaduct to Talybont Reservoir - 7.5 miles - 14 miles (follow Taff Trail ) Govilon Wharf to Goytre Wharf Refreshments Cefn Coed; Pontsarn; Pontsticill - 6 miles ( in opposite direction ) Rail Stations Merthyr Tydfil Refreshments Llanfoist, Govilon; Goytre Wharf Visitor Centre Parking Cefn Coed opposite Viaduct Rail Stations Abergavenny Visitor Information Merthyr Tydfil TIC 01685 379884 Parking Llanfoist; Goytre Wharf Visitor Centre Other Information The last section of the route to Pontsticill reservoir is on a minor road. Beyond Visitor Information Abergavenny TIC 01873 857588, Pontsticill the route is moderate / steep in Goytre Wharf Visitor Centre 01873 881069 gradient on forest tracks and minor roads Other Information Beyond Gilwern the route climbs on a to Talybont on Usk minor road before rejoining the traffic free route to Brynmawr Cycle Map: Celtic Trail East Cycle Map: Lôn Las Cymru South 14 15 Elan Valley Trail - Rhayader Mawddach Trail - Dolgellau Elan Valley Visitor Centre to Craig Goch Reservoir Dolgellau to Barmouth 4 miles 9 miles Start Elan Valley Visitor Centre Start Marian Riverside Car Park Category Railway Path Category Railway Path Gradient Easy / Moderate Gradient Easy Highlights Caban Coch; Highlights Mawddach Estuary; Garreg Ddu and Pen Y Garreg reservoirs RSPB Reserve at Penmaenpool; Wooden Railway Bridge Route Options Start the Elan Valley Trail at Rhayader - 8 miles Route Options Dolgellau to Penmaenpool Rhayader to Elan Valley Visitor Centre - 2.5 miles - 4 miles Barmouth to Penmaenpool - 6.5 miles Refreshments Rhayader; Elan Valley Visitor Centre Refreshments Dolgellau; Penmaenpool; Barmouth Rail Stations Nearest Llandrindod Wells Rail Stations Barmouth Parking Elan Valley Visitor Centre; Rhayader Parking Dolgellau; Penmaenpool; Barmouth Visitor Information Elan Valley Visitor Centre 01597 810898 Visitor Information Dolgellau TIC 01341 422888 Rhayader TIC 01597 810591 Barmouth TIC 01341 280787 Other Information The route is traffic free from the Other Information One of the most scenic railway paths in picturesque Mid Wales town with its the country set in the Snowdonia clock tower. National Park. The last section of the See Elan Valley cycleroute leaflet route into Barmouth is on road. See Gwynedd Recreational Routes leaflet Cycle Map: Lôn Cambria / Lôn Teifi Cycle Map: Lôn Las Cymru North 16 17 Lôn Eifion - Caernarfon Lôn Las Cefni - Isle of Anglesey Caernarfon to Bryncir Llangefni to Llyn Cefni 12 miles 1.5 miles Start Slate Quay, Caernarfon Start The Dingle Car Park, Llangefni Category Railway Path Category Riverside Cyclepath Gradient Easy / Moderate Gradient Easy Highlights Welsh Highland Railway; Highlights The Dingle National Nature Reserve; Inigo Jones Slate Works and Museum; Sculptures; Llyn Cefni Views of Snowdonia Route Options Llangefni to Rhosmeirch Route Options Caernarfon Castle to Slate Museum - 2.5 miles - 5 miles Llangefni to Newborough Forest Lôn Las Menai Caernarfon to Y Felinheli - 12 miles (opposite direction). - 4.5 miles (in opposite direction), views Traffic Free except 2 miles on road across the Menai Straits to Anglesey Pont Marquis to Malltraeth Refreshments Caernarfon; Dinas Station; Slate Museum; Refreshments Llangefni Penygroes; Bryncir; Y Felinheli Rail Stations Nearest Llanfair PG Rail Stations Nearest Bangor Parking Llangefni; Rhosmeirch Forest car park Parking Near castle Visitor Information Llanfair PG TIC 01248 713177 Visitor Information Caernarfon TIC 01286 672232 Other Information See Lôn Las Cefni cycleway leaflet tel: Other Information Short on-road section before start. 01248 752450. Follow National Route 8 signs. Lôn Las Cefni connects National Routes See Gwynedd Recreational Routes leaflet 5 & 8. There is a network of traffic free routes in Newborough Forest Cycle Map: Lôn Las Cymru North Cycle Map: See website for availability 18 19 Lôn Las Ogwen - Bangor North Wales Coastal Route - Colwyn Bay Porth Penrhyn to Tregarth Pensarn to Rhos-on-Sea 4 miles 7 miles Start Hirael Car Park, Bangor Start Pensarn Beach Category Railway Path Category Seaside Promenade, Cyclepath Gradient Easy / Moderate Gradient Easy, undulating over jetties between Llandullas and Colwyn Bay Highlights Sculptures; Penrhyn Castle; Menai Straits and Snowdonia Highlights Coastal views along Colwyn Bay; Anchor Sea Defences; Route Options Porth Penrhyn to Nant Francon Gwrych Castle - 7 miles (involves 1.5 miles on road) Route Options Pensarn Beach to Llanddulas Refreshments Bangor (Hirael), Penrhyn Castle (NT) and - 2.5 miles Tregarth Pensarn Beach to Colwyn Bay Rail Stations Bangor - 5.5 miles Refreshments Pensarn Beach; Llanddulas; Colwyn Bay; Parking Bangor, Tregarth Rhos-on-Sea Visitor Information Bangor TIC 01248 352786 Rail Stations Abergele & Pensarn; Colwyn Bay Other Information Follow National Route 5 signs then 85. Parking Pensarn Beach; Llanddulas; Route can be extended to Ogwen Colwyn Bay promenade; Rhos-on-Sea Cottage using quiet lanes (and a steep climb!). See Gwynedd Recreational Visitor Information Colwyn Bay TIC 01492 530478 Routes leaflet Other Information Link Rides 17 & 18 Rhos-on-Sea to Prestatyn -16 miles. This route follows the coastline, there is a short road section between Kinmel Bay and Rhyl. Follow National Route 5 signs Cycle Map: See website for availability Cycle Map: See website for availability 20 21 North Wales Coastal Route - Prestatyn Connah’s Quay/Chester Railway Path Offa’s Dyke Centre, Prestatyn to Rhyl Promenade Connah's Quay to Canal Basin, Chester 3.5 miles 8 miles Start Offa's Dyke Centre Start Dock Road, Connah's Quay Category Seaside Promenade Category Railway path Gradient Easy Gradient Easy Highlights Rhyl Sun Centre; Sea Aquarium; Highlights Hawarden Bridge / River Dee; Coastal views along Colwyn Bay; Chester Canal Basin Offshore Wind Farm Route Options Connah’s Quay to Higher Ferry Bridge Route Options Extend the route eastwards to Gronant - 5 miles (follow Dee Coastal Path route 89) or westwards towards Rhos-on-Sea. Connah’s Quay / Chester Loop Prestatyn / Dyserth Way - 3 miles - 14 miles (follow routes 5 & 89) (railway path, start near Prestatyn station) Refreshments Connah’s Quay; Canal Basin Chester Refreshments Central Beach Prestatyn; Rhyl Rail Stations Hawarden Bridge; Shotton; Chester Rail Stations Prestatyn; Rhyl Parking Dock Road, Connah’s Quay; Parking Opposite Offa's Dyke Centre; Canal Basin Chester Rhyl seafront Visitor Information Chester TIC 01244 402111 Visitor Information Offa’s Dyke Visitor Centre / Prestatyn TIC Mold TIC 01352 759331 01745 889092, Other Information There is a short on-road section between Rhyl TIC 01745 344515 the canal basin and Dee Coastal Path if cycling the Loop route. Other Information Link Rides 17 & 18 Rhos-on-Sea to See Chester / Connah’s Quay leaflet. Prestatyn - 16 miles. This route follows See Cheshire Cycle leaflet the coastline, there is a short road section between Kinmel Bay and Rhyl. Follow National Route 5 signs Cycle Map: See website for availability Cycle Map: See website for availability 22 23 Other Traffic Free Routes to Explore South & West Wales Saundersfoot to Wisemans Bridge - 1.5 miles - route 4 Amman Valley Cycleroute - 2.5 miles - route 46 Pontardawe to Ystalyfera - 4 miles - route 43 Aberavon Promenade - 2 miles - route 4 Merthyr Tydfil to Abercynon - 9 miles - route 8 Taff Trail Bargoed to Parc Cwm Darran - 3.5 miles - Darran Valley cycle route Mid & North Wales Aberaeron to Llanerchaeron - 2 miles Llanilar to Abermagwr - 4 miles - route 81 / 82 Cors Caron Nature Reserve, near Tregaron to Ystradmeurig - 3 miles - route 82 Prestatyn to Dyserth - 3 miles - Prestatyn / Dyserth Way Trawsfynydd to Gellilydan - 4 miles - Route Traffic Free Cycling in Country, Forest, Woodland and Coastal Parks South & West Wales Sirhowy Valley Country Park Llys Y Fran 01495 270991 01437 532694 (cycle hire) Parc Bryn Bach Pembrey Country Park 01495 711816 01554 834443 (cycle hire) Parc Cwm Darran Millennium Coastal Park 01443 875557 01554 777744 (cycle hire) Mid & North Wales Afan Forest Park Alyn Waters Country Park 01639 850564 (cycle hire) 01978 763140 (cycle hire) Garwnant Forest Park Coed Y Brenin 01685 723060 (cycle hire) 01341 440728 (cycle hire) 24 Challenging Day Rides Sustrans and the National Cycle Network A mix of Traffic Free and Minor Roads Sustrans is the UK’s leading sustainable transport charity, Rheidol Trail - Aberystwyth to Devils Bridge working on practical projects so – see Rheidol Cycle Trail leaflet people can choose to travel in Information - Aberystwyth TIC 01970 612125 ways that benefit their health and Lôn Las Ogwen - Bangor to Llyn Ogwen the environment. The charity is – see Gwynedd Recreational Routes leaflet. behind many groundbreaking Information - Bangor TIC 01248 352786 projects including the National Cycle Network. The first 10,000 Taff Trail - Merthyr Tydfil to Brecon miles of safe and attractive – see Taff Trail leaflet cycling and walking routes has Information – Merthyr Tydfil TIC 01685 379884 been completed bringing the – Brecon TIC 01874 622485 Network to within 1 mile of 50% of the population. High Level Route - Pontypridd to Neath - see High Level Route leaflet Information: Sustrans Cymru 029 2065 0644 To order your copy of ‘Cycling in the UK’ the official guide to the National Cycle Network, the latest in the Sustrans cycle route map series or simply for more information of routes in your area or how to become a Sustrans supporter visit or call Sustrans: www.sustrans.org.uk High Level Route 0845 113 00 65 (from the UK) Cycle Maps National Cycle Network Maps are available from Sustrans • Celtic Trail West – Fishguard to Swansea +44 (0) 117 929 08 88 (from outside the UK) • Celtic Trail East – Swansea to Chepstow • Lôn Las Cymru North – Holyhead to Builth Wells Photography: Sustrans; Visit Wales; Nick Cotton. Design: Stuart Lloyd Associates Ltd. Whilst every effort has been made to ensure accuracy in this brochure the publishers can accept no liability • Lôn Las Cymru South – Builth Wells to Cardiff/Chepstow whatsoever for any errors, inaccuracies or omissions or for any matter in any way connected with or arising out of the publication of this information. This brochure may not be reproduced in part or in whole without • Lôn Cambria /Lôn Teifi - Fishguard/Aberystwyth/Shrewsbury the prior consent of the publishers. • Radnor Ring Map - Circular route from Llandrindod Wells Guidebooks • Celtic Trail Guidebook • Lôn Las Cymru Guidebook 25 26 1,000 miles of National Cycle Network in Wales Traffic Free Routes Traffic Free in Country, Forest, A Cardigan / Cilgerran Cycle Route – Cardigan K Clydach Gorge Cycle Route – Abergavenny Woodland and Coastal Parks B Brunel Trail – Pembroke L Taff Trail – Merthyr Tydfil South & West Wales C Millennium Coastal Park – Llanelli M Elan Valley Trail – Rhayader A Llys Y Fran D Swiss Valley Cycle Route – Llanelli N Mawddach Trail – Dolgellau B Pembrey Country Park E Swansea Bike Path – Swansea O Lôn Eifion – Caernarfon C Millennium Coastal Park F Cefn Cribwr – Bridgend P Lôn Las Cefni – Isle of Anglesey D Afan Forest Park G Taff Trail – Cardiff Q Lôn Las Ogwen – Bangor E Garwnant Forest Park H Monmouthshire & Brecon Canal – Newport R North Wales Coastal Route – Colwyn Bay F Sirhowy Valley Country Park I Pontypool / Blaenavon Cycleroute – Pontypool S North Wales Coastal Route – Prestatyn G Parc Bryn Bach J Celtic Trail – Hengoed T Connah’s Quay / Chester Railway Path H Parc Cwm Darran Mid & North Wales When you are on the National I Alyn Waters Country Park Cycle Network you will see J Coed Y Brenin these signs, red for national route, blue for regional route. R S P Q T O I 8 & 42 Lôn Las Cymru 81 Lôn Cambria Lôn Geltaidd 4 & 47 J Celtic Trail N Llwybr Arfordir Gogledd Cymru 5 North Wales Coast Route 82 Lôn Teifi Dolen Maesyfed 25 Radnor Ring M This project has received funding from the European Union's Objective 1 Programme through the Welsh Assembly Government A Mae'r prosiect hwn wedi derbyn arian gan Raglen Amcan 1 yr Undeb Ewropeaidd drwy Lywodraeth Cynulliad Cymru A E L K D I B G B C H C D H JF E F G
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