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Llyn Cwm Bychan

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Llyn Cwm Bychan

Llyn Cwm Bychan is approximately ½ mile in length and lies at the head of a valley about 4½ miles north-east of the village of Llanbedr. A very narrow and winding lane follows the scenic Afon Artro valley, finally running alongside the lake to Cwm Bychan farm, which has a small parking area.

It's a good choice for a day out; the Rhinogs and the Roman Steps are within walking distance, and there are numerous smaller lakes high up in the mountains.

Llyn Cwm Bychan
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Name : Dave Morgan
Date : 1/6/2023
Comment : I had last visited about 50 years ago with my parents from Penarth in South Wales, and returned last September. The roads to get here are very narrow - proper single track with the odd passing space - but seem to have been tarmacced recently & a fair number of gates that you have to open and shut to get along. The lake and mountain are picture postcard perfect. It was very quiet when I visited - a few children on a stand up paddle board and as I was on my own, I had a quick dip with a tow float, fairly near the bank. think the water was a pleasant temperature and a peatey dark brown colour. Small car park with honesty box and no other facilities. Drove out of the valley and over the mountain - stunning views. Definitely off the beaten track and well worth a visit. Would be a lovely bike ride all in all too.
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