Footpaths / Rights of Way

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Llantrisant Community Council has a footpath agency agreement with Rhondda Cynon Taff County Borough Council to maintain the 27 miles of public rights of way within the wards. The paths cover a wide variety of landscapes from riverside rambles to fields and commons. Native woodland to cobbled streets.

Operatives regularly cut grass paths in the summer months, keep brambles and small trees trimmed back to ensure the path remains wide enough and maintain wayside seats. Larger projects such as drainage and new bridges/steps are looked at in partnership with the Borough Council. If whilst out walking you notice any problems on the paths, please do report them to the Parish Office.

Taff Ely Ramblers also help maintain the paths in the area, especially our Bunny Walks.

Popular Walks

Bunny Walks

Llantrisant Community Council, in partnership with Taff Ely Ramblers, has produced a series of 6 Bunny Walk Leaflets throughout the area.  In 2019 Ramblers Cymru with funding from the Postcode Lottery helped redesign and relaunch the bunny walks.   The walks can be downloaded in English or Welsh below.

Bunny Walk 1 cover photo                                        Bunny Walk 2 cover

Llantrisant Circular (English)                          Two Rivers (English)

Llantrisant Circular ( Welsh)                             Two Rivers (Welsh)

Bunny Walk 3 Cover                                    Bunny Walk 4 Cover Photo

Mynydd Garthmaelwg (English)            Hen Felin Wynt (English)

Mynydd Garthmaelwg (Welsh)               Hen Felin Wynt  (Welsh)


  Bunny Walk 5 cover                                    Bunny Walk 6 cover

The Caerau (English)                                Castellau (English)

The Caerau (Welsh)                                   Castellau  (Welsh)

The Ridgeway Walk

The Ridgeway walk also passes through the wards.

Glamorgan Ridgeway Walk

Heritage Trails

RCT have designed a series of heritage trails one of which covers Llantrisant Town.

Llantrisant Audio Trail