Now that the firebreak lockdown has ended, Llyn Brenig has reopened for visitors who live in Wales. Our neighbours across the border in England are bound to their own lockdown restrictions and we look forward to welcoming them back when we’re able to.

 

Nawr bod y cyfnod atal byr wedi dod i ben, mae Llyn Brenig wedi ailagor ar gyfer ymwelwyr sy'n byw yng Nghymru. Mae ein cymdogion dros y ffin yn Lloegr yn rhwym i'w cyfyngiadau cloi eu hunain ac edrychwn ymlaen at eu croesawu yn ôl yn fuan.

 

Welsh Water Centres

Recreation with Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water

Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water owns 91 reservoirs varying in size from 2 acres to 1026 acres and manages what is probably the single largest group of still water trout fisheries in the UK. As well as offering fishing, many of the sites have a wide range of recreation facilities on and around each reservoir.

Watersports are particularly popular and include sailing, canoeing and sailboarding. At some sites, equipment hire and tuition are available. For those who prefer to stay on dry land: walking on the many way marked paths and trails, bird watching with the use of bird hides and access to the Visitor Centres provide lots to see and do.

If you are planning to tour around, you’ll find ECARE-managed venues operated on behalf of Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water throughout Wales. Educational visits for schools are catered for by arrangement.

Elan Valley Llys y Frân Llandegfedd