Discover Llwyn Onn – Reservoir Walk
Llwyn Onn – Reservoir Walk
This 3.4k circular, shore-lined, walk lets you immerse yourself in the fresh smells of the conifer forest and lapping sounds of the deep blue water.
Llwyn Onn reservoir, built in 1956, covers 150 acres and is the largest of the three in the Taff Fawr Valleys area.
The abundance of fresh clean water provides an ideal habitat for otters, great crested grebes, goldeneye, goosander and coot.
It’s a firm favourite with anglers. Permits can be purchased at the near by Garwnant Visitor Centre along with tea and cake.
Images courtesy of John Dixon and Nigel Forster
We hope you enjoy the Llwyn Onn reservoir by whatever means you've chosen, but please travel responsibly. Take care of yourself, your surroundings and each other. Download your information leaflets below.
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The Taff Trail is just one of a series of trails running right through the county borough that encapsulates the area's history complemented by miles and miles of natural beauty. So if you want to take time to stop at one of our amazing adventure attractions, learn about our history, shop, eat, sleep or just take a moment to savour the breathtaking scenery. Merthyr has it all.