The Teifi on Wikipedia
TheRiver Teifi(Welsh:Afon Teifipronounced[ˈtəɪvɪ]) inWalesforms the boundary for most of its length between the counties ofCeredigionandCarmarthenshire, and for the final 3 miles (4.8km) of its total length of 76 miles (122km), the boundary between Ceredigion andPembrokeshire. Itsestuaryis northwest ofCardigan. Teifi has formerly been anglicised as "Tivy"
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Ceredigion: The Teifi and its tributaries
The Teifi defines the southern border of Ceredigion. Rising at the remote Teifi Pools in the Cambrian Mountains, it progresses through wildlife rich wetlands and farmland, and speeds through narrow gorges before reaching the sea at Aberteifi - the historic port town of Cardigan. Bronze and Iron Age hillforts and burial cairns litter the hills along its banks, whilst the river itself, is one of the most renowned fishing rivers in the country.
click link: The Teifi and its tributaries - Discover Ceredigion
Teifi River Reports
River Teifi latest fishing conditions, levels and reports. Updated regularly by Harry Jackson of Teifi River Guides.
click link: Teifi River Reports 2022 - Teifi River Guides
Fishing through the Teifi Valley “from sea to source”
River Teifi fishing information
click link: Teifi River Guides 2022 - The Teifi River
and: Teifi | The Fishing Passport
Live Web Cams on Welsh Rivers - Teifi
The Teifi has one at Newcastle Emlyn
click link: Farson Digital Watercams
The Teifi Valley Railway
The Teifi Valley Railway is a 2ft (610mm) gauge narrow gauge railway bult on the former GWR Newcastle Emlyn branch line in rural West Wales.
Situated in Henllan, near the town of Llandysul between Carmarthen and Cardigan.
click link: Teifi Valley Railway - Home
see also: Henllan Falls Teifi River walk Walking, dog friendly | Holiday Cottages Wales (stallionvalley.com)
Walking the Teifi Estuary
Following the River Teifi down from Cilgerran Castle to the sea at Cardigan Bay, this six-mile (10km) stroll takes in castles, an abbey, a wealth of wildlife, a gorgeous gorge and beautiful beaches… with a handsome county town in the middle.
click link: Walking the Teifi Estuary | Visit Wales
Cycling the Teifi Valley
Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire are best known for their glorious coastlines – but the cliffs and bays do tend to exercise the weary cyclist’s legs. What if there were a way to explore this rural idyll without all the climbing?
That’s the idea behind Lon Teifi, which follows country lanes down the Teifi Valley to the sea. The river, once known for its salmon fishermen in their tiny coracles, flows through countryside rarely visited by tourists.
click link: Lon Teifi | cycle.travel
Information about Lamprey on the Teife
The Joint Nature Conservation Committee information on the river lamprey Lampetra fluviatilisis found in coastal waters, estuaries and accessible rivers. The species is normally anadromous (i.e. spawning in freshwater but completing part of its life cycle in the sea), and pollution or artificial obstacles such as weirs or dams impede migration.
click link: Afon Teifi/ River Teifi - Special Areas of Conservation (jncc.gov.uk)
See also this NRW report: Afon Teifi SAC population attribute condition assessment for brook, river and sea lamprey population 2014.
click link: Contents (naturalresourceswales.gov.uk)
Coming Soon - Teifi Valley Trail
The Teifi Valley Trail (TVT) is an exciting new 75 mile longdistance footpath following the Teifi River from source to sea. The TVT connects abbey to abbey (Strata Florida to St Dogmaels) but also villages, mill and market towns along the length of the Teifi Valley.
click link: TVT Leaflet
Springs Near the Teifi
Near the River Teifi, just downstream of Cenarth Falls, a small spring house covers Saint Ludoc's Spring (Welsh - Ffynnon Llawddog) The Saint was the founder of the nearby church in Cenarth, in Ceredigion, South Wales.
click link: Saint Llawddog's Spring - Cenarth, Carmarthenshire, Wales. - Natural Springs on Waymarking.com
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