Walking in Snowdonia

Walking in SnowdoniaWalkers are spoilt for choice, with all grades of walks available from the flat to the perpendicular. We have a large selection of walking books as well as a good printed selection of our favourite walks. As keen walkers ourselves we are always available to advise you on routes, access etc. We will also gladly dry any wet clothes around our Aga overnight. From our house you can walk up a nearby hill, which has a panoramic view over the whole area, and links up to a path, which will take you down to the estuary. There are a selection of paths above Harlech with breathtaking views over the castle to the sea and beyond.


For the more adventurous the Rhinog range offer some of the toughest rambling in Snowdonia, with better weather than the higher peaks to the north. Snowdon itself, half an hour away by car, will always be popular, it's a big mountain with many different paths to the summit. The Glyderau and Carneddau are an hours drive away.


Walking in SnowdoniaCloser to home the Cnicht, often called the Welsh Matterhorn, is a short steep scramble, and Cader Idris, a half hour to the south is a tough climb with stupendous views over the whole sweep of the Cardigan Bay. It's a great fell running area as well with several local races.


For a good selection of walks click here.