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Snowdonia
Snowdonia
Living the high life
in the land of king Arthur
Airport to hotel Liverpool
Arrivée hotel Liverpool
Albert dock
Albert dock
Trajet aller
Colwyn Bay, Lllandudno, Conwy Castle, (Aber falls ?)
Départ Liverpool
Conwy castle
Daily 9.30am - 6.00pm
Last admission 30 minutes before closing
Arrivée Beddgelert
Sygun fawr
Llwybr Mawddach trail
Barmouth start
A footbridge is incorporated on the eastern side and pedestrians and
cyclists can cross the estuary by the side of the track
Hire bikes at Birmingham garage
Church Street, Barmouth, Gwynedd, Wales, Tel: +44 01341280644
Llwybr Mawddach trail
the Mawddach estuary walk along the disused railway between Dolgellau and Barmouth in Wales
Llwybr Mawddach Trail
www.eryri-npa.gov.uk
Dolgellau - Abermaw/Barmouth
9 milltir/miles
Awdurdod Parc Cenedlaethol Eryri ~ Snowdonia National Park Authority
Llwybr Mawddach trail
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Snowdon Mountain Railway, Gwynedd
Cwm Idwal, Ogwen
Cwm Idwal, Ogwen
Awlwch
Beaumaris
Caernafon
Lôn Gwyrfai
Start from Sygun fawr.
Hire Beddgelert bikes and cycle Lôn Gwyrfai trail from Beddgelert to Rhyd Ddu and return.
(28kms)
Joining Two Villages -
Beddgelert to Rhyd Ddu Cycle Route
Part of the new 7km path has recently opened between Beddgelert Village and Beddgelert Forest. This new route is for
cyclists, walkers and horse riders and will be completed all the way to Rhyd Ddu during the summer. The trail which
takes in spectacular views begins at the Snowdonia National Park’s car park in Beddgelert, right next to Beddgelert
Bikes, and goes through Beddgelert Forest (where numerous trails already exist) and later on through Parc y Gader,
over the old causeway, around Llyn y Gader then finishes near to the National Park’s car park in Rhyd Ddu. The trail is,
of course, family friendly and cuts out any road travel that has existed in the past, to access the Forest.
near Beddgelert
Snowdon Ranger Path
se situe sur la face sud du pic, au
départ de Snowdon Ranger Hostel,
au bord du lac Llyn Cwellyn, à 7
km au nord-ouest de Beddgelert.
Ce chemin, assez facile, est conseillé aux randonneurs peu expérimentés. Il a l’avantage d’être moins
fréquenté que le Llanberis Path,
la randonnée facile au départ de
Llanberis.
Sygun copper mine
A 1,6 km à l’est de
Beddgelert.
Watkin Path
The Watkin Path démarre à Bethania Bridge, à 5 km au nord-est de
Beddgelert, sur l’A498. Le sentier
commence sous les chênes. Il faut
monter jusqu’au chemin de fer abandonné et, un peu plus loin, passer
la mine de Snowdon Slate Works
jusqu’au Gladstone Rock. Un chemin étroit zigzague à gauche, puis
l’ascension commence.
Gorges d’Aberglaslyn
(6 km, 2h30) en passant
par les mines de cuivre.
Le chemin monte
jusqu’à Cwm Bychan.
Prenez la rive droite
de la rivière, passez la
tombe de Gelert, prenez
le pont jusqu’au chemin
de fer abandonné qui
vous mènera jusqu’à
Pont Aberglaslyn. Suivez le nord une fois
passé la fin du chemin
de fer. Il vous reste 3
km avant les mines de
cuivre. Ensuite, il suffit
de suivre la rive gauche
de la rivière Glaslyn
jusqu’aux gorges.
Dinas Emerys
une colline boisée
à plus d’1 km du village.
Où Merlin a prédit le
défaite du dragon rouge.
Aber falls
2 to 3 hrs. The walk is approx. 4.5 miles, 7 km’s.
The valley contains the Coedydd Aber National Nature Reserve with an abundance of wildlife and beautiful woodland and mountain scenery, and of course the 115
foot tall Aber Falls (Rhaeadr-fawr).
Stout footwear for the complete loop. The shorter « to the falls and back» route is on a gravel track and is no more difficult than a walk in the park.
Easy, but with a steep descent on the longer route.
There is a choice of two car parks, the first, in the village, is free, while the one near the head of the valley is Pay and Display. As our walk is a loop it makes no difference to the length of the walk which car
park you choose. And as the locals seem to prefer visitors to visit the village then you might as well park for free in the village. The free car park sits between the A55 and the village. It is signposted as you
leave the expressway.
Facilities : Refreshments and Cafe in the village. Small information centre in the valley.
To the end of Wales - Aberdaron
Trajet retour
Trajet retour - airport