Lakes & Reservoirs

The Wye is home to some truly spectacular Lakes & Reservoirs known UK wide and further afield. As a tributary of the Wye Llangorse Lake in the Brecon Beacons in South Wales is a walkers, climbers and water sports paradise as is the Elan Valley further North, which the Wye's right bank tributary the Elan is named after. Here we explore some of what they have to offer.

Llangorse Lake

Llangorse Lake is the largest natural lake in South Wales. A remnant of the last glacial period it's a Wye tributary playing host to the River Llynfi, which flows into the lake on it's North Eastern shore and out the other end to eventually discharge into the Wye at Glasbury. There are numerous walking routes around the lake and up onto the surrounding big hills, which include Mynydd Llangorse at 508 M, Mynydd Troed at 609 M and Allt Yr Esgair at 393 M. 

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