Nantyffyllon sits on the banks of the river Llynfi, north of Maesteg in South Wales. The Llynfi flows down the valley through Maesteg before its confluence with the rivers Ogmore and Garw at Aberkenfig.
The village sits between Mynydd Bach, 433m, to the east, and the Afan Country Park, named in the 'What Mountain Bike Magazine' as one of the top ten places in the world to “ride before you die”. There are five mountain bike trails, including Penhydd Trail, The Wall Trail, White's Level Trail, Skyline Trail and the W2 Trail. There are nine waymarked walking trails, which range from 3-4 hour trails to a shorter 30 minute walk. Not only are there marked trails, but the 25 miles of disused railway lines, known as the Family Routes or Low Level Cycleway, also make excellent ways for cycling and walking. A wildlife puzzle trail is held annually in the park, and is a huge success with children.....
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