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'The Walking Festival is a well established event organised by Barmouth Publicity Association to take advantage of the fabulous walks and dramatic landscape accessible from Barmouth, on the west co ...
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Category Merioneth

'The Clwydian Range is an unmistakable chain of purple heather-clad summits, topped by Britain's most dramatically situated hillforts. Beyond the windswept Horseshoe Pass, over Llantisilio mountain ...
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Category Denbighshire

'The hills stretch from the beautiful Vale of Clwyd in the west to the foothills of the Dee Estuary in the east; from Prestatyn Hillside in the north to the Nant-Y-Garth pass in the south.'


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Category Denbighshire

'Promoted Footpaths and Trails ... Public rights of way ... Conwy’s Walking Week ... The Wales Coast Path ... Local Access Forum ... Conwy's Community Walking Project.'


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Category Conwy

'Situated on the banks of the Conwy estuary, with magnificent views of Snowdonia and Conwy Castle, this reserve is delightful at any time of year ...'


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Category Conwy

'Denbighshire Countryside Service is a dynamic team that strive to enhance and promote the special landscape, wildlife and heritage of the County.'


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Category Denbighshire

'You are spoilt for choice in Flintshire with walks for all ages and abilities from challenging climbs to gentle strolls. The Offa's Dyke long distance path, which runs the length of Wales from Che ...
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Category Flintshire

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Category Wrexham

'The Mosses offer flat soft-surface easy level walking on mown tracks, but walking boots or wellingtons are recommended ... Three interlinking Mosses Trails explore the towpaths of the can ...
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Category Wrexham

'Anglesey (Môn) is the largest of the Welsh islands, situated in the north west corner of Wales. This internationally recognised Geopark covers some 720 square kilometres and has 201 kilometres of ...
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Category Isle of Anglesey

'You can download each Trail description, complete with map and local information. Some Trails explore the rich local Welsh culture & heritage, all have memorable views. There are Trails for ev ...
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Category Merioneth

Sections include: Coastal Path; Local Nature Reserves; Recreational Routes; Woodlands ...


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Category Gwynedd

'Over the years the Club’s programme has developed from a pattern of 1 walk every 3 weeks with the occasional weekend away to weekly walks, regular weekends and holidays. The latter have been both ...
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Category Flintshire

'Coed Llandegla Visitor Centre and Trail opened to the public in 2005 and now welcomes in excess of 100,000 visitors every year. Coed Llandegla Forest covers 650 hectares and was planted i ...
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Category Denbighshire

The Walks are: [1] Garreg, Mosaic and More - - - : [2] Old Parish of Llanfrothen - - - : [3] Gwenllian and the Wern - - - : [4] Literature and Slate


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Category Merioneth

'You can walk anywhere on the beaches and on the network of footpaths or you can follow one of our waymarked walking trails.'


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Category Isle of Anglesey

'A firmly established event providing free guided walks for all ages and abilities ranging from all-day treks to easier strolls with some special themes. Fun and adventure for all the family in the ...
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Category Flintshire

Link also to details of 'Two Short Walks in Mold': [1] The Geological Mold Trail - - - : [2] The Mold Town Trail.

'The Cilcain Community Council consists of elected members represe ...
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Category Flintshire

'We have a varied terrain here in Snowdonia from rugged mountain peaks, long sandy beaches to crystal clear lakes and rivers. The National Park continues to develop a network of footpaths geared to ...
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Category Caernarfonshire

'Snowdonia is famous the world over for its majestic rugged beauty. Betws y Coed is long renowned for its stunning scenery, emerald forests and fast flowing rivers; a natural base for a walking fes ...
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Category Caernarfonshire

'Our site was developed as a pleasure garden by the Chester and Holyhead Railway Company in the 1840s. The garden was laid out with Cascade, Lime Avenue, and other features, to the design of Sir Jo ...
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Category Caernarfonshire

'The routes have all been walked and checked by the Footpaths Inspector and all stiles and gateways have been repaired or replaced to enable walkers to navigate the routes safely and easil ...
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Category Flintshire

'Hiraethog, "The Hills of Longing" (or translated by some as "gorse hill"), in the heart of North Wales is a stunning, unspoilt landscape of heather moor, thick forests, tranquil lakes and open spa ...
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Category Denbighshire

'All of the walks are free and led by volunteers involved in the Walkabout Wrexham & District group. We would love you to join us! There are currently 13 weekly walks and between 8-15 ...
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Category Wrexham

'No wonder walkers love to visit North Wales. They come here to find themselves (or lose themselves) in our great outdoors. But sometimes you have to walk – just because there’s no road ...'


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Category Denbighshire

'An ancient woodland rich in wildlife and history. It is a greatly valued green space for the residents of Connah's Quay, and used by over 200,000 visitors from across the region annually. Its 160 ...
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Category Flintshire

'Come and enjoy a series of FREE walks exploring the beauty and history of NE Wales.'


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Category Wrexham

'The Community Council holds regular surveys of the paths and public footpaths in the village. The idea is to collate the information together so that paths can be properly maintained and ...
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Category Caernarfonshire

Open Sky - Open Space - Open Mind 'Only minutes from the main routes into North Wales, Hiraethog, or "Hills of Great Longing", are a place to relax, have fun and energise!'


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Category Denbighshire

'Brynsiencyn ... Bull Bay ... Llanddona ... Pentraeth ... Rhosneigr ... Brynrefail ... Cemaes Bay ... Holyhead Mountain ... Llaneilian ... Rhoscolyn'


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Category Isle of Anglesey

'Footpaths and footways are both for use by pedestrians only. The only difference is location - a footpath is a path that is not beside a road and a footway is a pavement that is ...
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Category Isle of Anglesey

'The Way traverses Ardudwy, an ancient commote, (an administrative area in the Middle Ages). It visits each of the parishes bordering Cardigan Bay and crosses the geological formation of Cambrian R ...
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Category Merioneth

'Why not use our Challenge to raise funds for your own charity? With four separate walks, ranging from a leisurely two hour guided walk to the full Bala Challenge, there is something for e ...
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Category Merioneth

Download the Trail Directions 'The trail can easily be navigated using the leaflet available from the Tourist Information centre in Barmouth, however there follows a more detailed descript ...
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Category Merioneth

'Betsi Cadwaladr (also known as Beti Cadwaladr and Betsi Davis) worked as a nurse in the Crimean War alongside Florence Nightingale, although their different social backgrounds wer ...
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Category Merioneth

'This route passes the Nature Trail and part of the Archaeological Trail. If you feel like more of a challenge, you can continue onto the Two Lakes Trail around ...
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Category Denbighshire

'The Brenig Way starts in the beautiful Dee Valley and takes walkers into some of the quietest parts of Denbighshire, where peaceful paths snake though natural woodlands and along steep si ...
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Category Denbighshire

'This route is far more challenging than the others. Some sections are difficult to follow and very boggy and the ridge is high and exposed. It is essential that you are properly equipped for mount ...
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Category Denbighshire

'Welcome to The Cambrian Lines, the Shrewsbury to Aberystwyth Main Line and the Machynlleth to Pwllheli Coast Line, which open up Mid-Wales to the rest of the world.'


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Category Gwynedd

Note that there are several variations possible around and about this Walk - the 23 miles covering the widest extent of what was originally devised as a horse riding trail.


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Category Wrexham

'Coast Path immediately north of Ynys y Fydlyn is narrow, slippery and vertiginous, with sheer drops. Walk this section at your own risk. It is a permissive path, courtesy of the landowner, and is ...
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Category Isle of Anglesey

'To help sustain the work of Cerdded Conwy Walks group, any donations from participants on walks is much appreciated (we suggest £2). Donations help Cerdded Conwy Walks to be able to lead ...
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Category Conwy

'As well as the beautiful countryside the walker is taken to the historic towns of Ruthin, Llangollen, Corwen, Denbigh, St. Asaph and Rhuddlan.'Walk Described By The North Wales Area of The Rambler ...
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Category Denbighshire

'The River Clywedog has always been the lifeblood of the valley, watering crops and livestock since early times, powering corn mills and driving industrial machinery. During the 18th and early 19th ...
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Category Wrexham

The Walks include: [1] Llandyrnog (4.3 miles) - - - : [2] Clywedog Clwyd (4.7 miles) - - - : [3] Denbigh Town (choice of circular walks) - - - : [4] Tremeirchion (3.0 miles) - - - : [5] Sun Bank Wa ...
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Category Denbighshire

'From the Great Orme the trail follows the river from the mouth of the estuary down the eastern side of the valley to Betws-y-Coed and on to its source at remote Llyn Conwy, high in the Migneint mo ...
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Category Conwy

'Snowdon Sherpa buses run from Betws y Coed and Bangor to Ogwen car park. Pick up available from Capel Curig and Bethesda.'


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Category Merioneth

Walks listed include: [1] Heswall to Red Rocks - - - : [2] Red Rocks to New Brighton - - - : [3] West Kirby to Hilbre Island - - - : [4]The Wirral Way - - - : [5] Heswall to Parkgate - - - : [6] Ne ...
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Category Flintshire

'Made up of five sections, this clearly waymarked trail crosses a varied landscape rich in history and wildlife. Experience peaceful paths, quiet villages and friendly pubs. Explore ancient castles ...
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Category Denbighshire

'... Hawarden boasts two castles. The ruined 13th century castle was used by Edward I as a base for his invasion of Wales. It was captured by Dafydd, brother of Welsh Prince, Llywelyn ap Gruffudd, ...
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Category Flintshire

'Public transport can be used to complete this walk.'


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Category Caernarfonshire

'Falls within a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) which covers 95% of the coast. It passes through landscape that includes a mixture of farmland, coastal heath, dunes, salt-marsh ...
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Category Isle of Anglesey

'Liberty Hall was built as a shooting lodge by Lord Newborough in the early 20th century to take advantage of the stunning views. Guests were driven up from Cynwyd but the lodge was remote ...
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Category Denbighshire

'In these web pages the writer presents his own photographs taken in the vicinity of each of the numbered Town Trail Locations. On this website there is a separate web page for each of the fifteen ...
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Category Conwy

'Stroll along the leafy Llangollen Canal, and see Telford’s remarkable Horseshoe Falls. Enjoy the tranquillity of Llantysilio Church and Valle Crucis Abbey, and look down from lofty Castle Dinas Br ...
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Category Denbighshire

'This is a truly magnificent high-level walk with Llangollen as the centrepiece in its valley below. It can be regarded as a 1-day challenge, or taken at a more leisurely pace over 2, 3, or 4 days. ...
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Category Denbighshire

'A detailed guide to the path is available to download as a series of individual PDF's ... or alternatively these can be bought for £1 from Tourist Information Centres on Llŷn: Part 1: Caernarfon t ...
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Category Caernarfonshire

The Northern Section 'leads along the northern hills above Llyn Tegid, offering striking views of the Arenig mountain and open countryside'. The Southern Section 'leads along the ...
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Category Merioneth

'Mary Jones, a 15-year-old Welsh girl walked 26 miles in search of a Bible. By doing so Mary helped inspire the founding of Bible Society which gave birth to a worldwide Bible movement. Yo ...
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Category Merioneth

Gathers together Links to details of a dozen or so walks of all varieties around and about the Estuary - ranging from 'Straightforward' through 'Challenging' to 'Difficult'.


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Category Merioneth

'Follow the Mawddach Trail with Jacky and Graham O'Hanlon's 22 page guide detailing the history and points of interest that you will encounter along the beautiful "Railway Walk" along the Mawddach ...
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Category Merioneth

'We wanted to create a journey where it really was possible to leave the car at home, and this was a big influence in choosing Barmouth, with its rail connections, as the suggested starting point. ...
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Category Merioneth

'CPAT is one of four Welsh Archaeological Trusts working closely with other national, regional and local bodies, to help protect, record and interpret all aspects of the historic environment for th ...
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Category Denbighshire

'It can be cold and wet on the moor; it is always boggy. Check the weather forecast. Take suitable footwear, waterproofs, torch, whistle, compass and food. Pack a snack for 8 miles and a good meal ...
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Category Wrexham

'This route covers an extensive footpath network in the rural south-east of Conwy county around the villages of Pentrefoelas and Cerrigydrudion, and extending into Denbighshire. There is a route-sp ...
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Category Denbighshire

'For a shorter walk, select a section or two to suit your needs or travel to or from your walk by steam train. You can also create a circular route that combines the North Berwyn and the Dee Valley ...
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Category Denbighshire

Pilgrim's Way North Wales / Taith Pererin Gogledd Cymru Association 'The Association was set up by volunteers on October 2010 with the aims of: (a) creating a long distance walking trail l ...
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Category Flintshire

'... It was made watertight by sealing the joints with a mixture of flannel and lead dipped in boiling sugar! The canal finally opened in 1805 amidst great celebration. It was hoped that it would p ...
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Category Denbighshire

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