SH383701 (2*) Off-Roaders Only!
Sent in by Mark Wells (13/11/2003)
'Bodorgan is actually a twin ford with the first one entering the lain and running along it for a short distance in to the other one, The ford is rough and 4x4 is advised, it also has a deeper "ditch" part that you have to cross, the water ranges from 4" to 18" across the ford. in very wet conditions I've had the Discovery pushed sideways as I crossed the deeper section.'
SH297775 (2*) Tidal
Sent in by Guy Springett (16/10/2006)
'The ford is only tiny, possibly about 1 metre wide at most, however it is completely covered at high tide as it runs into a bay. The green lane it is on runs around the outer edge of the bay too and at low tide it is an easy drive in any vehicle, with a good hard surface. Bear in mind though that the surface is muddy sand and contains alot of salt as it is submerged twice daily by the sea. On that note this lane is not driveable during high tide, especially spring tides, as the water level would be almost roof high at its highest. '
SH324827 (2*) Off-Roaders Only!
Sent in by Mark Wells (03/11/2003)
'The ford in the photos is on a green lane (Nr Llanfachraeth) which is in reasonable condition, 4x4 is not absolutely necessary but good ground clearance is as there are some ruts to deal with. the ford is short but about 18" deep, the underwater surface is firm ( there were no visible tracks from the Disco going through it ).'