11. Llwyn-on Reservoir walk
Llwyn-on Reservoir is surrounded by hills and forests in the central Brecon Beacons.
A stone dust path runs parallel to the A470 on the east side of the reservoir. This path starts from several roadside lay-bys with lakeside picnic areas, close to some accessible fishing spots. There is also an accessible bird hide in the middle of a reed bed. Information boards can be found around the reservoir. At present there isn’t a safe, accessible circular walk around the whole reservoir. The path is undulating with some short gradients of up to 1:6. Fishing permits can be bought at Garwnant Visitor Centre.
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How to get there: Llwyn-on Reservoir is by the A470 6km north of Merthyr Tydfil.
Nearest town/Village: Merthyr Tydfil.
OS Grid Reference: Explorer Map OL12 or Landranger Map 160 - SO 001 117.
Distance: The main path is just under 1.5km in length, with a further 2.5km route along a level minor road on the west side of the reservoir.
Contact: Welsh Water on 01495 769281.
Facilities: Garwnant Visitor Centre, 200m north of the reservoir, has toilets and refreshments.
Parking: There is a choice of lay-bys alongside the A470.
Toilets: The nearest toilets, including disabled access toilets, are at Garwnant Visitor Centre.