Afon Clun

Description


The Afon Clun is a 14-mile (23 km) long tributary of the River Ely, in the counties of Cardiff and Rhondda Cynon Taf, South Wales. Its bedrock is predominantly of sandstone. Beginning on the western slope of The Garth (Welsh: Mynydd y Garth) the river is fast-flowing, in clear shallow water with a hard substrate, flowing to the south of Llantrisant and generally west to its confluence with the River Ely at Pontyclun, falling 715 feet (218 m) over its course. Go to the map ⬆⬆

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You can find around this zone pois of interest and places relates with Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns, Administrative Division, Districts, Bars / Pubs, Golf clubs, Parlamentary constituencies, Historical Facts

Populated areas, municipalities, cities and towns

  1. Twyn-yr-Odyn
  2. Great Hamston
  3. Rhydyfelin
  4. Upper Boat
  5. Abercynon
  6. Bonvilston

Administrative Division

  1. Creigiau & St. Fagans

Districts

  1. Pentrebane

Bars / Pubs

  1. The Wenvoe Arms

Golf clubs

  1. Wenvoe Castle Golf Club

Parlamentary constituencies

  1. Pontypridd (UK Parliament constituency)

Historical Facts

  1. Senghenydd Colliery Disaster

Other interest places

  1. Rhondda
  2. St. Fagans
  3. Castell Coch
  4. Taff's Well
  5. Danescourt
  6. Valeways Millennium Heritage Trail
  7. Afon Clun
  8. Garth Hill

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