Up North and Back

Walking Trail

at Llandegfedd Lake

Llandegfedd Lake is free to enter

Brought to you by Welsh Water

Up North and Back Walking Trail


A relaxing walk across the northern meadows, alongside the beautiful Easter bank of Llandegfedd Lake.

Stop and take time to take in the wonderful views across the northern meadows.

Route Details

Enjoy a relaxing stroll alongside the beautiful Eastern bank of the lake and across the northern meadows.

Difficulty: Moderate

Distance: 4.0m / 6.5km

Time: 1-2 hours

Your Route


Start

OS Explorer Map 152 Starting from ST 329 988

1

Starting at the Visitor Centre follow the pavement and head past the front of the Watersport Centre. You will see a sign indicating walking trails. Proceed through the gate and immediately head left following the bottom of the field until you reach another gate leading you into the woodland.

2

Follow the waymarked woodland path until you reach a gate leading into the meadows. Continue walking through the meadows. It is important to stay off the shore as this is a common nesting ground for Ringed Plovers and a resting place for a number of birds. The shoreline is an Angler only area to minimise footfall and ensure everybody’s safety.

3

Keeping to the right-hand side mowed path walk past the inlet pumping station and into the north end car park. This is a great place to stop and “take a rest” and make use of the available toilet facilities.

When you’re ready, head back to the Visitor Centre by following the same route back.

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