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The Tryweryn (Afon Tryweryn)is a river in North Wales. It starts from Llyn Celyn in the Snowdonia National Park and after 19 km joins the river Dee at Bala. Water is stored in winter when flows are high, and released over the summer to maintain the flow in the Dee. The Tryweryn is the site of the Welsh Canolfan Tryweryn national whitewater centre, managed by the Welsh Canoe Association. It is an important river for whitewater kayaking and rafting. The regular releases from Llyn Celyn in summer mean that kayak events and trips can be planned in advance, and commercial rafting can take place.
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