From the Sirhowy ValleyCountry Parknear Crosskeys, the ride continues 6 miles, crossing Hengoed’s impressive16arch listed viaduct.
Classification: Easy Distance: 13 miles
This lovely traffic-free route from Pontypridd travels through Barry Sidings Country Park, past the Rhondda Heritage Park and on to Porth.
Classification: Easy Distance: 4 miles
The easy traffic-free circular trail runs around Cardiff Bayand across to the seaside town of Penarthvia Pont Y Werin. It’s perfect for families andreturning cyclists and provides a fantastic opportunity to explore Cardiff Bay’svibrant waterfrontscafes, bars and restaurants; heritage sites, and fantastic array of activitieson offer in Cardiff Bay’s new International Sports Village.
Classification: Easy Distance: 8 miles
An essential commuter route for residents, school children and university students in the valleys towns of Treforest, Tonteg, Church Village and Llantrisant - this lovely trail is home to a very rare species of butterfly, 2 public artworks and a surprisingly famous face or two!
Classification: Easy Distance: 6 miles
Classification: Medium Distance: 9 miles
Short but scenic, this route connecting Ammanford to the Upper Amman Valley in Carmarthenshire guides you to a relaxing riverside retreat without being too far off the beaten track.
Classification: Easy Distance: 2.5 miles
Followinga mixture of riverside paths, new purpose build sections and old railway lines,this route provides a green strip through the industrial heart of the Swansea Valley. From the route it is possible tosee some of the valley’s industrial past, while at the same time the routeshowcase its regenerated present.
Classification: Medium Distance: 8.5 miles
This is a very gentle ride alongcanal towpath and old railway, following the valley floor from between two ofthe major SwanseaValley towns. Starting from Coed GwilwmPark, the route picks upthe canal towpath and takes you into the heart of Pontardawe. Moving away fromthe Canal and following the river bank, you find your way onto the old railwayline. This takes you through woodland alongside the river before emerging onthe edge of Ystalyfera.
Classification: Easy Distance: 6.5 miles
Classification: Hard/Challenge Distance: 25 miles
Running down the Wye valley, the route followsback roads, with short traffic free sections in Builth Wells. The old Erwoodrail station, now a café and museum is roughly half way along the section, andmakes an ideal resting spot for refreshments, and a great alternative turningpoint for those wanting a shorter ride.
Classification: Medium/Hard Distance: 15 miles