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Tourism & Trade
Landscape Exploration

The strong social and cultural bonds of the people of Wales with their landscape is nowhere more clearly visible than in Merthyr Tydfil.

Nature's beauty has restored the once severe industrial scarring but remains of this bygone age can be found by exploring off the beaten path.

Surprisingly to visitors this concentrated landscape supports organic farms, nature reserves, geological parks, international fishing and canoeing, national cycle trails, mountain biking, climbing, yachting, paragliding and traditional skills.

Besides the featured parks and nature reserves there are hundreds of other natural places to explore.

Special thank you to Chris Morse for photographs supplied of Taf Fechan.

Tel: 01685 726251
Last updated: 13.08.2013
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