Crychan Forest Trails for walkers, cyclist, horse riders and carriage drivers.
The Crychan Forest Association works with the Natural Resources Wales (formally Forestry Commission) to promote access to Crychan and Halfway Forests near Llandovery Carmarthenshire. South West Wales near the Brecon Beacons.
We have installed nearly 200 numbered waymarker posts and published walking trails, family forestry cycle trails and horse riding trails. These individual trails with map are available to download from this website and a large leaflet/map is available at all the major forest car parks. The trails are colour coded and waymarked with numbers and arrows.
Closures to Crychan Forest Trails within Halfway Forest. These closures are due to Harvesting operations that will be carried out over the next few weeks. Works are planned to finish towards the end of June. These closures effects the Nant … Continue reading
The track between post 128 and 132 is closed. Timber stacks are blocking the road and can not be moved until August due to conservation constraints. The track forms part of the Cefn Arthen- Cwm Crychan link Trail
The Share the Trail Video is still relevant. The video shows how dangerous the trails can be if no consideration is given to horse riders and the demonstrates what to do to stay safe.
Updated map showing harvesting operations, ongoing and due to start imminently in Crychan Forest. Please obey all signs in the forest. You risk your own safety if you ignore these prohibition signs. Harvesting machines have a huge safety exclusion zone, … Continue reading