the taff trail goes through areas like the castle grounds , bute park , llandaff weir and castell coch . All beautiful . But the river boat is not the only cruising you will find as these areas are notorious for gays cruising for sex.
If you take kids there and they hear a noise in the bushes and go...
We saw the river via a boat tour down to the harbour.
It is flat, likely very wet and covered in garbage. And a bunch of birds and 1 fox.
The banks on both sides hadca continual strew of washed up garbage. There was olso a constant flotilla of empty plastic bottles floating about.
A picturesque trip on this lovely little water bus is a great way to bridge the gap between Cardiff's castle and parks and its revitalised Bay area with its restaurants and attractions.
We began our trip after we went for a walk in Bute Park after exploring nearby Cardiff Castle and the National Museum.
Our feet were tired and we...
Took a trip up to the Bay from Cardiff castle nice little trip but such a shame about all the rubbish quite sad really that nothing has been done about it as the river carries many tourist daily, they need to clean it up seriously!!!
Now very clean, with cycle path access along it's whole length from the Bay, through the city and up into the valleys. There are buses with cycle racks that ferry folk up to Brecon to cycle back. Grade 5 canoeing (Abercynon) with three easy weirs to pass (Radyr being the largest - look huge from the lip).
The Taff Trail could be one of the great Welsh experiences. The route winds its way through beautiful countryside and great historical industrial landscape - this is where the industrial revolution took place!
But instead it is a poor endurance challenge for walkers. The Cardiff stretch is quite nice except because of the lack of a seperate cycle path -...
This river starts in the mountains of the Brecon Beacons and runs south to Merthyr Tydfil and on through the heart of the historic South Wales mining valleys, eventually meeting the sea at Cardiff. There is a trail, the Taff Trail, that follows it from the mouth of the river at the Cardiff Bay barrage all the way to Brecon....