This Way For Cycle Route Eight

The Taff Trail is a popular cycle and walking route that winds its way up from the barrage at Cardiff Bay, through the Garth Gap into the valleys, and north through Merthyr Tydfil and beyond to Brecon. It is the southern leg of the national cycle route 8, and whether you walk it or cycle it, much of its track up to Merthyr runs over older routes previously established by the Glamorganshire Canal, the Barry Railway, the Rhymney Railway, the Pontypridd, Caerphilly and Newport Railway, and the Penydarren Tramroad amongst others.

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To The Town Walls In Berwick upon Tweed

I hope you all had a good weekend. As you might have seen if you’ve been following the Ryder Cup, it’s been a bit soggy here in Wales this weekend 🙁

I’ve got some more of the photos I recently took on holiday in Northumberland to share with you this week, taken out and about around the walled town of Berwick upon Tweed. It’s a great place to explore with a camera, and Sunday turned out to be the perfect day to do so.

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