A substantial walk in the beautiful Carneddau mountains. Amounting to almost 13 miles in length with about 3,250 ft of ascent. Choose a clear day and allow 7+ hours to enjoy the scenic views and, if you’re lucky, a sighting of a wild pony or two.
Exploring Mid-Wales, the hills south of Machynlleth – a wander of about 5 1/2 miles with 1000 ft of ascent.
This walk is a little over 3 miles in length with around 700 ft of ascent. It takes in the small dammed lake ‘Llyn Morwynion’ and the peak of Y Garnedd. Most of the walk is across open-access land.
Ynys Llanddwyn, Newborough Forest / Warren and Nature Reserve – Ynys Llanddwyn, a tidal island on the Anglesey coast, that is home to many tales including ..
Alongside the A4212 from Trawsfynydd to Bala runs the old disused railway line, a section of which has kindly been made in to a permissive footpath. We took the opportunity of a fine January morning to explore the section through Cwm Prysor, with its fine old viaduct being the centre of attraction. A small amount…