Guided Tours along the Heart of Wales Line with Exploring Mid Wales

Exploring Mid Wales, a provider of bespoke guided tours and walks in the Brecon Beacons and Mid Wales, is providing a series of tours for the Heart of Wales Line Development Company. On the first Wednesday of each month, they are meeting a train on the scenic Heart of Wales line and taking guests on a bespoke guided tour of the surrounding countryside. All visitors and locals are welcome, even those not coming by train!

The next tour is the “Three Castles of Deheubarth” puts the emphasis on the history of this ancient Welsh kingdom and the beautiful scenery of the Tywi valley. Our tour begins at Llandeilo station on May 3rd at 10.30am in time for the train from Swansea and returns in time for the train home. The cost is £20 and is bookable through Eventbrite here. The tour takes in the stunning castles of Carreg Cennen, Dinefwr and Dryslwyn, on the western fringes of the Brecon Beacons National Park

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The first tour in April was of the Elan valley and took place in beautiful weather. With the assistance of the Elan Valley ranger service, the tour proved very successful.

Here are some quotes about the last tour:

“Excellent day tour of fascinating area. Getting inside a dam was a highlight of an action packed day.  The whole area is filled with interest and so scenic.  That mid Wales region has much to offer. The train lines used to build the six dams are another fascinating aspect of the tour.  We were blessed with terrific weather and even water cascading over one of the dams,  so it made it especially memorable.”

The Heart of Wales Dev. Co. is a not-for-profit company that seeks to promote use of this fabulous railway that passes through our area.

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