Exploring the rivers | Part 1 | Llyn Brianne

Here at Carmarthen Bay Ferries, we acknowledge and celebrate the diverse nature of our environment.
This is not only your Carmarthen Bay, but further afield too, the river matters, a great deal.
As you know, Carmarthen Bay is the confluence of three rivers, the Towy, Gwendraeth and Taf.
The Towy is the longest river to run in its entirety within the country of Wales (75 miles/120 km) and is magnificent and more vital to us all than you may’ve even considered.
Here, one of our directors (Andrew) took a walk around the area of Llyn Brianne Dam and Reservoir located within the headwaters of the River Towy and wow, what a place.
Here is a collection of photos, which hardly do the location justice and a little further North of the dam, is Capel Soar y Mynydd, one of the most remote, if not the remotest Chapel in Wales.
Not a single oncoming car in over 6 hours. Welcome to Wales! Croeso i gymru!
Check back soon, as we take further walks along this valley and associated rivers.
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