River Levels in Wales
 
 

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This site needs YOUR help to be useful for kayakers and canoeists. Please use the form to help us calibrate the EA data each time you paddle a river.

River levels are indicated by the following scale:

Empty     Low -just possible     Medium     High -bank full   
Flood -out of its banks   

Please note the TIME of the last recording.
The information page provides instructions on using the site.

   Accurate Levels Currently Unknown.
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River Section Paddled: 

Closest EA Station:

Date:    Time:

    Was the River:  

EA Station Level: m                        

   
           
 
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Level
Last Recording
Trend
 
Elwy empty 09:00 on 21/08/2014 Steady Graph Link
Conwy * empty 09:30 on 21/08/2014 Steady Graph Link
Lledr empty 09:00 on 21/08/2014 Steady Graph Link
Peris empty 06:30 on 21/08/2014 Steady Graph Link
Seiont empty 09:00 on 21/08/2014 Steady Graph Link
Gwyrfai empty 09:00 on 21/08/2014 Steady Graph Link
Llyfni empty 09:00 on 21/08/2014 Steady Graph Link
Colwyn empty 09:00 on 21/08/2014 Steady Graph Link
Glaslyn - gorge empty 09:00 on 21/08/2014 Steady Graph Link
Dwyfor empty 09:00 on 21/08/2014 Steady Graph Link
Dee - Corwen low 09:00 on 21/08/2014 Steady Graph Link
Mawddach - middle empty 09:00 on 21/08/2014 Steady Graph Link
Wnion unknown 09:00 on 21/08/2014 Steady Graph Link
Ystwyth empty 09:00 on 21/08/2014 Steady Graph Link
Teifi - Llanfair unknown 09:00 on 21/08/2014 Steady Graph Link
Usk - Trallong empty 06:30 on 21/08/2014 Steady Graph Link
Usk - Llandetty empty 09:00 on 21/08/2014 Steady Graph Link
Mellte empty 09:00 on 21/08/2014 Steady Graph Link

* Conwy guage is below the Lledr and Llugwy confluence.
 

More Calibration Data Needed:

'Dysinni', 'L Eri', 'Rheidol','Ystwyth','Aeron - Aberarfon', 'Aeron - Talsarn', 'Teifi - Llanfair', 'Teifi - Glanteifi', 'Gwaun', 'Western Cleddau', 'Eastern Cleddau', 'Taf', 'Cynin', 'Gwili', 'Tywi - Capel Dewi', 'Tywi - Manorafon', 'Cothi', 'Sawdde', 'Dulais', 'Gwydderig', 'Tywi - Dolau Hirion', 'Doethie', 'Tywi - Ystradffin', 'Gwendraeth Fach', 'Gwnedraeth Fawr ', 'Loughor', 'Amman', 'Tawe - Ynystanglws','Upper Clydach', 'Twrch', 'Tawe - Craig y Nos', 'Dulais', 'Neath', 'Clydach Brook', 'Mellte', 'Afan', 'Llynfi', 'Ogmore', 'Ogmore - Bridgend', 'Ewenny', 'Taff - Pontypridd', 'Rhondda Fawr', 'Taff - Fiddlers Elbow', 'Taff - Merthyr', 'Usk - Chain Bridge', 'Usk - Llandetty', 'Usk - Trallong', 'Senni', 'Yscir', 'Grwyne Fawr', 'Hay-on-Wye', 'Wye - Hereford', 'Ross-on-Wye','Irfon', 'Wye', 'Vyrnwy'

 
             

The current kayaking and canoeing level information, displayed on this website, are all made possible through the river level data distributed on the Environment Agency website (see http://www.environment-agency.gov.uk) . Please be aware although every effort has been made to interpret and display accurate levels, errors are possible and should only be used as a guide. Before kayaking or canoeing any river a visual risk assessment is necessary and a personal decision be made as to whether the given conditions are suitable and safe.

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Email: contact@welsh-rivers.co.uk


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