Rhondda Cynon Taf

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The Category Rhondda Cynon Taf is a subset of Glamorgan.

*Dare Valley Country Park
Overview

'Dare Valley Country Park is a great place for walking. You can stroll at will in the country park or try one of our three way marked walks.'

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Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council

*Llantrisant Community Council
Overview

'Llantrisant Community Council has a footpath agency agreement with Rhondda Cynon Taff County Borough Council to maintain the 27 miles of public rights of way within the wards. The paths cover a wide variety of landscapes from riverside rambles to fields and commons. Native woodland to cobbled streets.'

*Taff Ely (Llantrisant) Ramblers Group
Overview

'Now with more than 180 members, was formed in 1993. The Group promotes rambling, protects rights of way, campaigns for access to the open country and defends the beauty of the countryside. We have a national reputation for our friendly welcome and relaxed attitude on our walks and new walkers are always welcome. So come and enjoy the Countryside in the friendly company-of fellow walkers.'

Rhondda Cynon Taf Heritage Trails
Overview

'Notable sites have been linked by a series of heritage walks in Pontypridd, Aberdare and Llantrisant and by Driving Trails around the Borough, all of which can be downloaded from this site.'

Rhondda Cynon Taf Walking Trails
Overview

'The nice thing about the Valleys is there is so much of them. So you can cycle on the Taff Trail. You can walk on the Ridgeways. Relax by the rivers. Or paraglide off the cliffs. However you like to escape the stress of modern life you can probably do it here. And we are only 10 minutes away from a motorway!'

Rhondda Rollercoaster
Distance (miles)27
Overview

'Explores the famous Rhondda Valleys of South Wales. This scenically beautiful route starts in Trehafod, and follows a clockwise circuit visiting Mynydd y Glyn, Mynydd Dinas, Mynydd William Meyrick, The Bwlch and Ferndale before returning to Trehafod via the iconic Tylorstown Tip. The route provides extensive views of the South Wales valleys and the Brecon Beacons to the north. The route has approximately 5000 feet of ascent.' Held Mid May.

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South Wales LDWA

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