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Cycling – Borth Loop

Cycling BorthLength: 13 Miles

Time: 1 – 1.5 Hours

Start: Train Station, Borth

Finish: Train Station, Borth

Rating: Easy To Medium

Please Note: This route takes in some busy roads, and may not be appropriate for young children.

1. From Borth train station, facing the sea front, turn left and head down Borth high street.
2. Upon reaching the roundabout next to the Borth lifeboat station, bear left following the road inland, through Glanwern.
3. Follow the road past Dol-Y-Bont on your left hand side, until you cross the railway on the road bridge at Llandre.
4. Once crossing the bridge into Llandre, take the left turn signposted Tal-Y-Bont, and follow the country lane for approximately 1 mile until you reach the main road (A487).
5. At the A487, turn left and follow the cycle trail on the opposite side of the road, until you reach Tal-Y-Bont.
6. Follow the main road through Tal-Y-Bont and carry on down the hill on the A487 to Tre Taliesin. Don’t forget to take in the beautiful views over Borth Bog and the Dovey Estuary.
7. Continue on the main road until you reach the pub and garage on the far side of Tre Taliesin. At the pub and garage take the left hand turning signposted Borth.
8. Continue to follow this road for approximately 3 miles, over the railway line and Lleri river, until you reach Ynyslas village, with the golf course and sea front to your right.
9. Follow the road round to your left, keeping the seafront on your right, until you reach Borth. Borth train station will be signposted from here.

For train times to and from Borth train station, please see here:

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