How To Get Here
Leave the M4 at J40 and follow brown signage along the A4107 for Afan Forest Park.
Please do not use google mapping as the directions can be inaccurate for this location.
Alternatively you may wish to download the ‘What 3 Words’ app. The three word references for the main destinations in Afan Forest Park are as follows:
Afan Forest Park Visitor Centre – attend.stance.selects
Glyncorrwg Mountain Bike Centre – shorthand.camps.lunching
Rhyslyn Car Park – coil.banks.shed
Gyfylchi Bike Park – reserving.eternity.treetop
Port Talbot Parkway Railway Station is located on the main line railway with Great Western services running from London Paddington through Reading, Swindon, Bristol Parkway (connections from north east England and Midlands), Newport, Cardiff, Bridgend, Port Talbot and onwards to Neath and Swansea.
Transport For Wales runs direct services to Port Talbot Parkway from Cardiff, Newport, Hereford, Shrewsbury, Crewe and Manchester, with connections at Cardiff from south and west of England.
For overseas visitors, there are good rail/air links from London Gatwick and Heathrow, Bristol and Cardiff International Airports.
To plan your journey please visit https://www.traveline.cymru. Traveline Cymru is the Welsh Government’s Public Transport information service for Wales and will advise you all public transport options which can take you to your destionation.
The main bus stops within Afan Forest Park are located at Pontrhydyfen/ Oakwood, Afan Forest Park Visitor Centre, Cymmer and Glyncorrwg.
Sustrans Cycle Route 887 takes you from our coast at Aberavon Seafront all the way to Afan Forest Park. This off-road, level cycle route takes you through Port Talbot Town Centre and on to the villages of Cwmavon, Pontrhydyfen, Cymmer, Blaengwynfi and Abergwynfi at the top of the Afan Valley. Route 885 also connects into Glyncorrwg. Sustrans Cycle Route 46 also connects with the city of Swansea. For more information visit the Sustrans Website
Afan Forest Park Visitor Centre
Glyncorrwg Mountain Bike Centre