Walking in North Wales and Snowdonia
walking North Wales
walking in betws-y-coed
walking in Rowen
walking inTrefriw
walking up Siabod
walking North Wales
Walking in Capel Garmon
Walking Snowdonia
walking the Glyders
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In true Welsh fashion you'll have a song in your heart as you set foot into the Conwy Valley to enjoy the walks detailed here. Sublime mountain views, forest paths, lakeside trails, neolithic settlements, tumbling waterfalls. each carefully detailed walk contains its own wealth of delights. Whether you're in the mood for a gentle 'after lunch' stroll or a challenging stroll to the summit of a distant ridge, you'll find a walk to suit, all of them easily accessible from Betws-y-Coed and the Conwy Valley.
The beauty of North Wales and the experience of walking in North Wales will leave you breathless standing still.

It makes Sense to Stay
To appreciate the diversity of walks to the full, why not stay a few days in the area, either on the coast or in the valley itself? Please visit www.betws-y-coed.co.uk for listings on accommodation, where a warm Welsh welcome awaits you.

Your guide to good walking
Useful tips and guidelines to follow to enjoy your walking safety.

Safe and Sensible
All of the walks detailed here are suitable for ambulent people of average fitness. At the same time all involve an amount of exertion above and beyond everyday walking. Approach these walks sensibly by ensuring that you have good footwear (sturdy waterproof walking shoes or boots) and carry a waterproof and warm sweater between Autumn and Spring. Don't attempt walk 5, Noel Siabod walk or Walk 12,  the Glyders Ridge, unless you are a seasoned walker, and then again only in suitable weather.

Follow the Countryside Code
Enjoy the countryside and respect its life and work:-

  • Guard against all risk of fire
  • Fasten all gates
  • Keep your dogs under close control
  • Keep to public paths across farmland
  • Use gates and stiles to cross fences, hedges and walls
  • Leave livestock, crops and machinery alone
  • Take your litter home
  • Protect wildlife plants and trees
  • Take special care on country roads
  • Make no unnecessary noise

Thank you !

Trefriw Trails
Trywydd Trefriw / Trefriw Trails is a community-led development project improving access to footpaths in and around the village of Trefriw in North Wales.

www.trefriwtrails.org.uk

 

Disclaimer and Advice
The areas, within which these walks are sited, form part of an ever-changing natural and man-made environment.  In the interests of safety and conservation, before you chose to explore, you are advised to assess the suitability of the route.
 
Betws-y-Coed & District Tourism Association cannot be held responsible for any accidental injury/damage that may occur in your choice to take up the challenge of any one of the published walks.
 
Advice:
  • Know your capabilities and don't overstretch yourself.
  • Check you are familiar with the walk before you go - walk 5 Siabod and Walk 11 Glyders are particularly challenging.
  • Know what you are liable to expect on the walk.
  • Check you can find your way using the information supplied.
  • Check you are properly equipped for the walk.
  • Take a sensible approach to the weather.
  • Check you are aware of any natural hazard such as tidal conditions.

 

 

Walking in Snowdonia ::: Walking in North Wales

Where to find out more
These are just a few of the superb walks in and around the Conwy Valley. If you would like to know about the full range of walks available please contact the the following.

Tourist Information Centres

Betws-y-Coed
Royal Oak Stables
Betws-y-Coed
LL24 0AH
Tel: 01690 710426
Fax: 01690 710665

Conwy
Cadw Visitor Centre
Castle Entrance
Conwy
LL32 8LD
Tel: 01492 592248
Fax: 01492 573545


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