This wild and beautiful wetland reserve is on the upper reaches of the River Teifi and is a great location for wildlife. It includes areas of raised bogs, wet grasslands and reedbeds, all interspersed with streams and ponds, and small areas of woodland.
Used for peat extraction until the mid-20th century, there are great opportunities for walkers. Two waymarked circular routes start from the car park – a riverside walk (sorry no dogs), and a fully accessible boardwalk which includes an observation building.
There are resting places around both routes, and the toilets in the car park are open at all times.
Walkers, cyclists and horseriders can also enjoy the Ystwyth Trail, which passes along the edge of the reserve.
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