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= Public Footpath
= Lay-by for parking.
= Boundary of shooting zone.
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The Dyfi estuary is on the west coast of Wales. To access the estuary you need to travel on the A487 from Machynlleth to Aberystwyth until you reach Tre’r-ddol, where you need to turn onto the B4353 to Borth. Then within a short distance you come to a lay-by with a sign for Craig-y-penrhyn and a dead end road sign. Park your vehicle here and do not block any of the access points to the local housing / farm land. You will then have to walk along the public right of way (single lane road / track) through the pedestrian gate just beyond the ford area and then continue to follow the Cletwr river sea wall defence until you pass under the Cletwr railway bridge. The other means of access is via the public right of way by the Afon Leri.