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Why Walk?

A beautiful, marked walk through trees around this quiet reservoir. Ideal for gentle strolls.
Cwm Lliedi Reservoirs are located in Swiss Valley, just North of Llanelli. The lower reservoir was the first to be constructed in 1878 in order to provide water to the town of Llanelli, the second upper reservoir was then later added in 1905 to meet the growing needs of the town.
These days the two reservoirs are a popular destination for dog-walkers, ramblers and wildlife enthusiasts. There is a 2-mile woodland walk surrounding the reservoirs so there are plenty of birds and wildlife to see.
The path is surfaced and provides a suitable surface for wheelchair user or the less able walker.

How Long? 0.42 miles

How hard?

The path has a good gravel surface but can be muddy at times and stout walking boots are recommended.

Public Transport - ✔ 

There are good bus links between Llanelli and the Swiss Valley for those that prefer to use public transport.

 

Cyclist on the swiss valley path

Llyn Llech Owain

walking trails