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Severn Bore and Wye Valley Tintern Brockweir Bigsweir Bridge Return

Tintern is a really pretty village surrounded by spectacular views and situated on the banks of the River Wye in the Wye Valley of South Wales. Besides the Abbey there is the Abbey Mill, The Old Station, The Nurtons, St Mary’s Church and the Parva vineyard.

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Barmouth to Fairbourne Round

Barmouth or Abermaw in Welsh is one of the most picturesque resorts on the Welsh coast with the hills as back ground. The blue flag beach makes Barmouth a great place for holidays or just to visit for a day.

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Castell Darndochan Afon Lliw Round

Pont Dolhendre set in the Snowdonia National Park and close to the southern end of Bala Lake is a very pretty small farming community with the River (Afon) Lliw flowing through it.

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Craig U Garn and White Water Centre

Craig u Garn is worth the effort of a steep climb to see the breathtaking views with the mountains of Arenig Fach to the west, Arenig Fawr to the south and Carnedd-y-Filast to the north.

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Bala Lake to Llanuwchllyn, Return by Train

Bala is a lovely market town in North Wales and is within the boundaries of Snowdonia National Park and ideal for exploring North and Mid Wales. The one main street, High Street where the original markets were held, and the two back lanes were once attached to the old Tomen.

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