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  River Teifi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The catchment of the river is estimated to be 1,008 square kilometres yielding an average flow at Glan Teifi of 31.026 m³/s.
The Teifi and its tributaries are underlain by ancient Ordovician and Silurians mudstones which have been extensively glaciated during the ice ages.
Teifi pools, the source of the Teifi are a series of small lakes left by past glacial activity.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/River_Teifi   (668 words)

  
 River Teifi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Some 75 miles in length, the river Teifi runs through the heart of south-west Wales and is home to a huge number of species.
The river Teifi begins its journey at Llyn Teifi, its source 1500 feet up on the western flanks of the Cambrian Mountains.
It flows west through a picturesque river valley that forms a natural boundary between the Ceredigion plateau to the north and the Carmarthenshire plateau to the south.
www.btinternet.com /~gilesmwtshwr/RiverTeifi.html   (107 words)

  
 River Teifi
Below the bridge is a large weir, responsible for a fatality during a past Teifi Tour.
We portaged on river right (in high water) but judge for yourself whether it is safe and runnable on the day.
The river is easy again until Newcastle Emlyn (a possible egress point) where a series of small weir steps provide surfing waves and stoppers, Grade 3.
www.ukriversguidebook.co.uk /teifi.htm   (449 words)

  
 Afon Teifi/ River Teifi - Special Area of Conservation - SAC
The Teifi in west Wales is a large river flowing over hard rock, with some spectacular gorges in the lower section.
The Teifi is a predominantly mesotrophic river in west Wales supporting a large population of brook lamprey Lampetra planeri.
In 1999 the salmon Salmo salar rod catch in the Teifi was the third-largest in Wales, and the system has not experienced the steep decline in stock numbers seen in many other rivers in the area.
www.jncc.gov.uk /ProtectedSites/SACselection/sac.asp?EUCode=UK0012670   (776 words)

  
 BBC - South West Wales Nature - FeaturesTeifi Journey
The hills of Ceredigion and the upper Teifi and Towy valleys were, for most of the last century, the last remaining stronghold for the bird in the UK for many years there were only 10 pairs in Wales.
Historically, net fishing from the famous Teifi coracle provided food for the communities living along the river, with sea trout (sewin) and salmon being caught, although the river is also renowned for its brown trout and grayling.
In the nineteenth century Teifi coracles were constructed by platting a frame from hazel and willow gathered from coppices along the river and covering the frame with flannel obtained from the mills around Newcastle Emlyn, which was waterproofed using tar or pitch.
www.bbc.co.uk /wales/southwest/nature/features/pages/teifi.shtml   (893 words)

  
 The River Teifi, Carmarthen, Wales
The majestic River Teifi, is over seventy miles long from its source in the Cambrian mountains past Tregaron to its estuary at Cardigan Bay.
The river is home to salmon, sea trout (known locally as 'sewin'), brown trout and grayling.
The main run for sea trout is from June to August, and for salmon from April to June for the Spring run with the main autumn run occuring towards the end of the season in late September / early October.
eis.bris.ac.uk /~cckhrb/teifi/teifi.htm   (237 words)

  
 The coracle, an ancient little boat
He tells me that 12 people have licences to fish the River Teifi for salmon and sea trout using the coracle.
The principal use of these coracles on the Severn at Iron-Bridge was as a ferry as there were very few bridges over that river in the area and the locals resented having to pay a toll on the famous Iron-Bridge.
Coracles are distinguished from other river craft by their weight, construction and propulsion.
www.data-wales.co.uk /coracle1.htm   (740 words)

  
 Teifi River Guides   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
Flowing for more than seventy miles from it's source in the Cambrian Mountains to it's estuary at Cardigan, the Teifi, Queen of the Game Fishing Rivers is both wild and beautiful.
In addition, the River Teifi is one of the top producing rivers for salmon and seatrout in the U.K
As local anglers, fortunate to fish the river throughout the season, the Teifi River Guides offer a unique range of services to suit both the experienced and inexperienced angler.
www.teifiriverguides.co.uk   (99 words)

  
 Afon Teifi o'r Awyr / The River Teifi from the Air
Afon Teifi o'r Awyr / The River Teifi from the Air
One of the sources of the River Teifi at Teifi Pools
Meanders at Lampeter with road and old railway crossing the river
www.ngfl-cymru.org.uk /vtc/ngfl/geography/carmarthenshire_river/teifi.html   (104 words)

  
 River Teifi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-17)
When in village look for the sign for canoe trips.
Get out at Cardigan Town or St Dogmaels or continue to "Patch", the boat club where the river joins the sea, river right.
TIME NEEDED: With shuttles etc, it will use up most of the day, and anyway it's worth taking your time to enjoy!
www.ukriversguidebook.co.uk /teifilower.htm   (224 words)

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