Dams & Diners

Dams & Diners


Per Person


1 Day

Tour Type

Day Tour

Group Size

6 - 10



Sat 16th March

Sat 11th May

Sat 27th July

Sat 7th September

The six Elan Valley dams, located 3 miles from Rhayader on the southern edge of the Cambrian Mountains in Mid Wales are one of the greatest civil engineering achievements of the late 19th and early 20th century, providing the water supply for the City of Birmingham. The dams are the biggest draw to the Elan Valley and they offer a stunning year round backdrop for motorcyclists, walkers and photographers. With the exception of Dol y Mynach all the dams are also accessible by motorcycle.

There are four dams on the River Elan; Craig Goch, Pen y Garreg, Garreg Ddu, and Caban Coch. The River Claerwen has the newest (and largest) Claerwen Dam with the unfinished Dol y Mynach Dam also found in this valley. During your guided tour with Redee, you will embark on 220 miles of beautiful countryside lanes visiting some of the most stunning views of the reservoirs and dams alike. As well as keeping your bike fuelled, we will ensure we visit some of the best known biker friendly cafes along the route to give you plenty of opportunity to refuel yourself along the way.
The tour runs throughout the year, simply book yourself onto the next tour for a fantastic adventure, with great riding roads suitable for all riders. From riders just starting out, to the more experienced rider – there is something for all. If you need to book beyond the dates we have advertised please give us a call to discuss your requirements.
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