Walking in North Wales
You will be spoilt for choice for walks both locally and further afield.
There are many walks for you to enjoy from a relaxed stroll along the promenade, a gentle country walk through woodlands or to more rugged hill walking both locally and in the close by Snowdonia National Park.
Spoilt for Choice
From an after-lunch amble on the promenade to a hike up Tryfan’s more challenging rocks, walking and hiking North Wales can be leisurely or as demanding as you like. You will discover as much about history as you will about the true beauty of the surrounding areas. Coastal trails now can be found as part of the All-Wales Coast Path to enjoy on your travels.
Tal y Fan
Llanfairfechan is an ideal starting location for the Northern Carneddau.Tal y Fan is an outlying peak of the Carneddau Mountains, and from Llanfairfechan, it’s a 6.6 mile back trail for hiking and walking.
Snowdon. Once in Llanberis There are numerous different routes to take to get to the peak of Snowdon. Ranging from The most difficult of Crib Goch to the easiest of the Llanberis path.
Ogwen Valley is a beautiful part of Snowdonia national park. The wide glacial valley is surrounded by mountains and lakes, boasting some stunning walks that will take your breath away.