We've carefully researched and written up a great collection of walks across Anglesey, Snowdonia and the Llŷn Peninsula. Expect to find clear directions, parking info, where to find the nearest café or pub with some interesting bits of local history thrown in for good measure. All tried and tested by us.
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The Anglesey Coastal Footpath is a great starting point for walkers visiting the Island - and for good reason. In addition to exploring the stunning 125-mile of coastal path, make time for a short stroll inland and uncover a gently rolling rural landscape alive with flora and fauna.
Mountain trails, rugged climbs and lakeside paths. The range of scenery waiting to be discovered in and around the Snowdonia National Park is immense. Whichever route you take, lungfuls of fresh mountain air and glowing cheeks are a given.
Explore crystal clear rivers, lakes and woodland from Capel Curig. Discover the Watkin Path waterfalls and plunge pools on the slopes of Snowdon. Take on the challenge of climbing Moel Eilio for breathtaking views.
This rural peninsula, surrounded by turquoise waters, is just waiting to be discovered on foot. Whether you are exploring coastal footpaths past sandy beaches, criss-crossing its patchwork of green fields or climbing up a hill for some unforgettable views, you won't be disappointed.
Summit Yr Eifl to find the iron age hill fort., Wriggle your toes in the sand as your pass the beach of Porth Ysgaden - just one of the beaches on this circular route with plenty of opportunities for a quick dip. Or explore the banks of the Afon (River) Dwyfor on the family-friendly walk from Llanystumdwy.