The Taff Trail


Quakers Yard

Start: A472 Underpass
End: A470 Underpass (south end of Aberfan)
Distance: 3.78 miles (approx)

The sweeping 270° course of the Quakers Taff Trail section takes you over the river twice, once on the way in and again on the way out.

We highly recommend stopping off at the Fir Tree Centre for a very reasonably-priced cuppa and bite to eat.

The vast majority of this section is under tree cover with some great views to the south and west from the bridges.

A further river crossing at the north end of this section takes you on to the long straight up to Aberfan.






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Points of Interest

Quakers Yard Inn

This friendly pub is situated on Dan-y-Twyn, just a few yards from the Taff Trail. There is a beer garden at the rear of the pub which is suitable for children as it is fully enclosed.

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Fir Tree Centre

The community cafe has a light and airy space and bi-folding doors which lead to a raised deck overlooking the valley. Open from 8.00am to 5.00pm, the cafe serves a selection of tasty snacks as well as an all-day breakfast option.

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