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Afon Tanat (Welsh: River Tanat) is a river in northern Powys, Mid Wales. Its source is to the north of Lake Vyrnwy, in the Berwyn Range of mountains. The river flows in a generally east-south-east direction until it joins the River Vyrnwy near Llansantffraid-ym-Mechain. For a short distance prior to its confluence, to the south of Oswestry and close to the Offa’s Dyke Path, it flows within Shropshire, England. A number of other rivers act as its tributaries, including Afon Eirth, Afon Rhaeadr, Afon Iwrch and Cynllaith.<br><br> There are many walks within the Tanat Valley, both alongside the river and the surrounding hillsides, including the Pererindod Melangell Walk, a long distance walk that cuts through through Cwm Pennant, the Pennant Valley.
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