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.
Following recent meetings with Llandovery PCSO Helen Fender the Crychan Forest Association members have been on the look out for illegal vehicles in the forest. A CFA member spotted some motor bikes being off loaded from illegally parked vans nr … Continue reading
Thanks to Tracey Hamer and Chrissie Harding for these photos from the Cefn Arthen Trail in Halfway. Cefn Arthen ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]
Autumn images have been added to the Cefn Arthen- Cwm Crychan link trail page. Thanks to Lesley Markham for the photos. Cefn Arthen- Cwm Crychan link
“You risk your own safety if you ignore these prohibition signs. Harvesting machines have a huge safety exclusion zone, due to the possibility of chain shot.” Crychan diverted PROWs
Latest details of forestry operations in Crychan and Halfway forests. This replaces the previous statements.