River Dyfi

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The River Dyfi (Afon Dyfi in Welsh) (also known in English as the River Dovey) is a river in Mid Wales. The Dyfi estuary forms the border between the counties of Gwynedd and Ceredigion.


It rises in the small lake Creiglyn Dyfi at about above sea level, below Aran Fawddwy, flowing south to Dinas Mawddwy and Cemmaes Road, then south west past Machynlleth to Cardigan Bay at Aberdyfi. It shares its watershed with the River Severn and the River Dee before flowing generally south-westwards down to a wide estuary. The only large town on its route is Machynlleth.

Because of its origins high in the Cambrian Mountains and its relatively short length, it is prone to flooding and some roads in the lower catchment can become impassable during very wet weather. It is a relatively pristine...
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