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Caernarfonshire

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


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'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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'Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon) at 1085 metres is the highest mountain in Wales (and England), and her beauty dominates the surrounding hills. From the summit, on a clear day, you can see the robust mountains ...
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'Our network of archaeological walks includes Craig y Ddinas, a hill fort that has remnants of both the Iron Age and Roman period. You can also trace the area's Neolithic past with the ...
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'Writer Charles Williams says there are tons of reasons to take children up mountains. Yes, it's good for them (and you). And yes, it's great for family bonding. But when you're eight year ...
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'These walks are relatively short and most have sections that are accessible to wheelchair users. They are also suitable for those who want to use pushchairs and are great leisure walks.'


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'All the information on this site is provided with no guarantee as to its accuracy, and visitors are reminded of the BMC [British Mountaineering Council] participation statement which states that " ...
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'Snowdon is a climb, but even the less fit can still manage it - thousands of people, including many young children do it each year. None of the routes up involve climbing except Crib Goch - you sh ...
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'This path was named after Sir Edward Watkin, Liberal Member of Parliament and railway entrepreneur who retired to a chalet in Cwm Llan on the foothills of Snowdon. A track to the South Sn ...
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'In order to complete the Welsh 3000s Challenge you are required to have been at the top of all 15 of the mountains over 3000 ft in Wales within the space of 24 hours, without using any form of tra ...
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