Accessible Walks in North Wales

The following walks are some of our favourites to do with the whole family, from babies in pushchairs to grandparents who might not be as mobile as they once were.

These are the walks where you can get out and about in the beautiful Welsh countryside without having to worry about tackling steep climbs, walking up hundreds of steps or climbing over stile after stile.

We’ve picked out a selection of some of our favourites for you. If you’d to find out more about all the great walks for all the family you can enjoy while on holiday in North Wales then please get in touch - we’d love to help!

RSPB South Stack Cliffs Reserve, Anglesey

This is a great walk to do with the family or if you love birds.

Head out to South Stack Cliffs where you'll see guillemots, puffins and could even spot a peregrine falcon. Easily accessible trails will take you along the cliffs and to the top of Holyhead Mountain (the highest point on the Island), if you’re feeling adventurous carry on round to North Stack for some spectacular views.

There’s disabled and pushchair access to Ellin’s Tower Information Centre and viewpoint. South Stack Reserve also has completely refurbished Visitor Centre with a shop and café, which serves freshly prepared hot and cold dishes to tuck into after your walk.

Cors Erddreiniog, Anglesey

Cors Erddreiniog is the largest of the Anglesey fens and home to a spectacular array of wildlife.

You'll find the reserve just to the west of Benllech on the north east side of the island. There's a huge variety of flora and fauna to see and the varied terrian means you'll move from woodland, to reed beds to the side of lakes.

A new fully accessible boardwalk runs right around the reed beds finishing at a bird hide overlooking a freshwater lake.

Aber Falls, Abergwyngregyn, Snowdonia

You'll find Abergwyngregyn just off the A55 and from here you'll pick up signs for Aber Falls.

They are one of the prettiest falls in all of Wales and a path from the car park will take you right up to them. This is a very accessible walk, however there are some steep sections to negotiate. There are also toilets and picnic tables in the upper car park.

You can find more information here.

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