The Mawddach Trail :: Shared Description

The Mawddach Trail (Welsh: Llwybr Mawddach) is a cycle path following part of the former trackbed of the Ruabon to Barmouth railway line, closed in the 1960s. The trail runs for 8 miles between Dolgellau and Morfa Mawddach railway station, with a continuation across the bridge to Barmouth. For much of its length it runs close to the picturesque Mawddach estuary.

The trail forms part of National Cycle Network Route 8 (Lôn Las Cymru).

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by Phil Champion
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SH6415 : Along the Mawddach trail near Arthog by DS Pugh
SH6415 : The Mawddach Trail by Jeff Buck
SH6516 : Cyclists on the Mawddach Trail by DS Pugh
SH6717 : Estuary near Abergwynant Woods by DS Pugh
SH6717 : Path near Abergwynant Woods by DS Pugh
SH6918 : Signal opposite the George III Hotel, Penmaenpool by Phil Champion
SH6617 : Estuary and Mawddach trail by DS Pugh
SH6516 : Embankment path by DS Pugh
SH6617 : Along the Mawddach trail by DS Pugh
SH7118 : The Mawddach Trail near Dolgellau by Jeff Buck
SH7018 : The Mawddach Trail by Jeff Buck
SH6515 : The Mawddach Trail by Jeff Buck
SH6818 : Cyclists on the Mawddach Trail by Eirian Evans
SH6515 : Pushing a bike down to the Mawddach Trail from the campsite at Graig Wen by Phil Champion
SH6718 : Duke of Edinburgh walkers by DS Pugh
SH6215 : View towards Barmouth Bridge by DS Pugh
SH6818 : Penmaenpool-Morfa path by DS Pugh
SH6617 : Old railway path to Barmouth by DS Pugh
SH6415 : Along the Mawddach trail by DS Pugh
SH6918 : Canoes in the estuary by DS Pugh
SH7117 : Approaching Dolgellau by DS Pugh
SH6516 : The Mawddach Trail by Phil Champion
SH6918 : Approaching Penmaenpool bridge by DS Pugh
SH6918 : Gate across the Mawddach Trail near Penmaenpool by Phil Champion
SH6414 : Mawddach trail near to Arthog by DS Pugh

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Created: Sun, 4 Jan 2015, Updated: Sun, 4 Jan 2015

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