Walking in North Wales
From rugged coast to sandy dunes, soaring mountains to meandering woodland paths, there is a wealth of different walking experiences to enjoy on your holiday in North Wales.
It’s a place where you can be paddling in the sea at breakfast time yet be on top of the world (or at least England and Wales’s highest peak) by lunch. Whether you want to find hidden coves and beaches, a route where you can discover fascinating geology, flora and fauna, or a family-friendly ascent up a mountain, the whole region has bags on offer just waiting to be explored.
Find the perfect walk in North Wales
Lace up those boots, grab your rucksack and head into the great outdoors. North Wales is full of wonderful walks and we've picked some of our favourites for you below.
Walking on Anglesey
Explore vast golden beaches and grassy sand dunes, dramatic cliffs and rock formations, mossy headlands, bays, estuaries, salt marshes and offshore stacks and islands.
Walking in Snowdonia
Snowdon and beyond lay in wait for the walkers of Snowdonia. Traverse mountain ridges and glacial valleys while enjoying some of the very best walking the UK has to offer.
Walking on the Lleyn Peninsula
Here you'll find peace, tranquility and a gentle beauty. This small spit of land is one of Wales' best kept secrets that's full of wonderful walks and perfect for spotting wildlife.
Wales Coast Path
Explore spectacular landscapes and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty with the mighty backdrop of Snowdonia. Coastal walking just doesn’t get any better.
Discover the region in the company of an expert local guide and like-minded explorers. These festivals cater for all levels of fitness and experience.