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.
The Red Kite Stages and the Red Kite Historic Stages were held in Crychan Forest on 2nd February 2014. Details of the event and full results can be found on the Red Kite Stages website
The track between point 58 and point 61 has now been re-opened after the Harvesting Operations. The track may be muddy. Harvesting operations continue around the Brynffo car park area and beyond.
Harvesting operations will shortly start around the Brynffo car park area and beyond as per the attached map. This will be standard thinning of spruce, and clearance of larch. We have identified that there are larch trees affected (some already dead) … Continue reading
Please note that the track between point 58 and point 61 is may be closed due to Harvesting Operations. See Map (click to enlarge)
Natural Resources Wales has made available the archaeological survey that was conducted of Crychan Forest in 2006 by Clywd-Powys Archaeological Trust on behalf of the Forestry Commission Wales. The report can be downloaded from the Crychan Forest page