TRYWERYN TRAIL

We’re rightly proud of our Tryweryn Trail, so if being wet doesn’t float your boat why not take a stroll along our riverside walk. Mossy oak, delicate willow, polypody ferns (admit it, now you’re curious) await your exploration.

You may even decide to stop for a picnic at one of our many picnic sites dotted around the Centre. Most of the picnic areas are situated on the river bank so you can watch all the fun of the river while enjoying your butties!

There is a free Tryweryn Trail guide available at reception and this will help you make the most of the delightful walk with information about the luscious woodland and the winding river's journey from Llyn Celyn reservoir all the way to the River Dee. If you are taking young children on the trail you may wish to borrow a lifejacket as the trail follows the river. You can get these from reception for a returnable deposit.

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

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