Severn/ Rheidol catchment and north
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The land at the Glyndyfrdwy Bridge is owned by Mr Davis, and the access charge is £3 per kayak. Note that parking is feasible here, and there is a toilet. There is also a large chalet / bunkhouse at the put in which sleeps 12 (did not use it) but is rent-able via Coed Y Glyn Log Cabins (www.coedyglyn-logcabins.co.uk) the put-in reference for your SatNav is 52°58'40.0"N 3°15'48.8"W (Decimal: 52.977773, -3.263563). Very steep drive to access, though OK for cars, parking could be 4x4 only when very wet!
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Ran the section from Glyndyfrdwy to Horseshoe Sunday 3 December. About 0.8 m on the gauge at Corwen which was a good level. Something like 8 pairs of fishermen out, mostly silent but one or two did wave and even say Hello!
Canoeing - bigger boat, broken paddle, more skill!