So much to do!

Snowdonia National Park

The local area is alive with great things to do, especially for those who enjoy the great outdoors. Get away from the crowds. Lose yourself in the stunning scenery of the Snowdonia National Park or the wide Dovey Valley and its vast estuary.

Look forward towards a greener future at The Centre for Alternative Technology. Or take a trip back in time on a historical journey to the age of King Arthur or Owain Glyndwr, or ride on a narrow-gauge steam railway or explore a disused mine.

Head to the coast for those sandy beaches and seaside resorts. Maybe take the Cambrian Coast Railway as it snakes its way along the very edge of the sea.

For an adrenalin rush try some 'extreme' mountain biking in the mountains and forests, or if that's too energetic for you take a leisurely stroll along the river or among the gift shops and tea rooms or just enjoy the scenery and do nothing at all.

There are lots of wonderful walks, cycle routes and mountain bike trails. There is a championship golf course at Aberdovey, Kite & Windsurfing, Fishing and Pony Trekking.

There is such a wide variety of interesting and exciting places to visit. Whether you fancy an active day out, a little stroll or a trip back in time there is always something nearby to suit your mood.

At Dyfiview we particularly seek to cater for the needs of fellow walkers and bikers. We have extra facilities such as:

We also support public transport and will provide assistance to those who use it.

Dyfiview is an excellent base for exploring the local area. It is ideally situated in the middle of all the area's most popular places and tourist attractions and the transport hub for rail and bus links.

Below you can find links to a small selection of local activities and places to visit

Mountains Narrow gage railway Birdwatching Angling

Walking - There are many and varied walks in the local area. Some walk descriptions are available from the Cambrian Trailways or Walking World and we are happy to advise you of our favourites. Also Glyndwr's Way national long-distance path passes through Machynlleth.

Mountain Biking Fantastic trails on the doorstep. See Dyfi Mountain Biking or get details of other nearby Forestry Commission sites at Machynlleth, Coed y Brenin or Nant yr Arian.

National Cycling Routes Machynlleth is situated on the National Cycle Route 8 (Lon Las Cymru).

Quad biking at Madian Quads.

Sustainable living adventure - Centre for alternative technology.

Underground adventure - King Arthur's labyrinth and Corris Mine Explorers.

Narrow gauge steam railways - like Talyllyn and Corris and others further afield.

Standard gauge trains - like Arriva Trains Wales.

Bird Watching - RSPB - Ynys-hir Nature Reserve 4 miles from town. - Dyfi Osprey Project - Dyfi Ospreys 3 miles from town.

Golf - A 9 hole course in Machynlleth and 2 links courses at Aberdovey and Borth.

Fishing - Various local facilities available - Fishing at Visit Wales.

Shooting - Clay pigeon shooting 5 miles away - Dovey Valley Shooting Ground.

Pony trekking at Bwlchgwyn Farm in Fairbourne.

Street Markets - There is a popular market in Machynlleth every Wednesday.

Art and crafts - Corris Craft Centre.

Art and culture - MOMA Museum of Modern Art and Y Tabernacl and the Machynlleth Festival.

Zoos - The Animalarium.

Corris Festivals - Music, Culture and Beer! Corris Festival

Further Afield - Head south for Aberystwyth with the National Library of Wales or Aberystwyth Arts Centre , or north for Portmeirion, or east to Machinations at Llanbrynmair

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