GUIDE TO THE AFON TEIFI

(Cenarth to Llechryd)

NAME OF RIVER: Teifi.

WHERE IS IT?: OS sheets 145. The location is in mid Wales. Time to get the atlas out!

PUT-INS/ TAKE-OUTS: Cenarth to Llechryd.

Access: River right below Cenarth Falls, which is well signposted.

Egress: At Llechryd bridge, just off the main Cardigan Road.

APPROX LENGTH: 5 miles.

TIME NEEDED: Half a day.

ACCESS HASSLES: Gareth Bryant, River Advisor - 'www.llandysul-paddlers.org.uk for full access info on the Teifi'.

WATER LEVEL INDICATORS: It can be paddled at all levels, can be a bit bump and scrape at the rapids above Cardigan if the tide is out. Sand banks near the sea can be a nuisance if the tide's out.

GRADING: 1

MAJOR HAZARDS/ FALLS: None.

GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Great flat water touring...see for yourself!

OTHER NOTES: There is pleasant touring paddling carrying on down to the sea.

Upstream of Cenarth the river is a good whitewater trip.

CONTRIBUTED BY: John Fenna, also Gareth Bryant.

 

 

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