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Walking in North Wales Snowdonia & Self Catering Nearby


Walking the Precipice Walk, Dolgellau and self catering accommodation nearby...

The Precipice Walk is one of the famous attractions of Dolgellau, North Wales. Enjoy fanastic views of the Mawddach Estuary and the principal mountain ranges of Snowdonia; Snowdon and Moelwyn are to the north, to the west is the Rhinog and immediately south is the long scarp of Cader Idris, while to the east is Aran and Arennig.

Walking in Trefriw, Snowdonia Walk and self catering accommodation nearby...

Snowdonia Leisure Walk from Trefriw is a 5.5 mile route (3 hours) to Llyn Cowlyd. This trail forms part of the Snowdonia National Park Leisure Walks Network and provides a link to walks in and around Capel Curig.

Walking the New Precipice Walk and self catering accommodation nearby...

The New Precipice Walk in North Wales offers stunning views down the Mawddach estuary as far as Barmouth viaduct and across to Dolgellau and the Arans in the other direction.

Walking in Trefriw, 2 lakes and Fairy Falls and self catering accommodation nearby...

This 5 mile circular walk starts from Trefriw and takes you to Geirionydd and Crafnant Lakes, past Fairy Falls. The route requires moderate ability and can be completed in approximately 3 hours.

Walking the Glyderau, Snowdonia and self catering accommodation nearby...

The Glyderau mountain range offers some of the most majestic and inspiring routes in Snowdonia and stretches from Mynydd Llandegai to Capel Curig. Five of Wales' fourteen highest summits (all over 3000 feet) can be found here. Starting with the highest, these include Glyder Fawr (1,001 m), Glyder Fach (994 m), Y Garn (947 m), Elidir Fawr (924 m) and Tryfan (918 m).

Walking Snowdon, the Highest Mountain in Wales and self catering accommodation nearby...

Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa) is the highest mountain in Wales and has been described as "probably the busiest mountain in Britain." Located in Snowdonia National Park, North Wales, the mountain stands proud at 1,085 metres (3,560 ft) above sea level. Along with some of the most extensive views in the British Isles, Snowdon also has a cafe and shop to greet you at the summit.

Walking Moel Siabod Mountain, Snowdonia and self catering accommodation nearby...

Moel Siabod offers the classic mountain walk at the very heart of Snowdonia. The mountain sits isolated from the other peaks of northern Snowdonia, above the villages of Betws-y-Coed and Capel Curig. At 872m (2860 feet) it's the 22nd highest peak in Wales. Moel Siabod is everything a mountain should be - shapely, challenging, rewarding and offers the most marvellous views.

Betws y Coed Walk and self catering accommodation nearby...

This Betws y Coed walk goes for 5 miles from Gwydir Forest to Pont y Pair Bridge and takes 2-3 hours. Along this route you will experience stunning mountain scenery, plus some of the area’s hidden gems; Llyn Elsi, Ancaster Memorial, Miners Bridge and Pont y Fair bridge.

Walking Cadair Idris, Snowdonia and self catering accommodation nearby...

Cadair Idris mountain in Southern Snowdonia derives its name, meaning 'Chair of Idris', from the giant warrior poet of Welsh legend. The mountain looms menacing and primeval over the surrounding landscape. 

Cadair Idris consists of a massive 11km long ridge and although only the 19th highest mountain in Wales, is the second most popular mountain in the country after Mount Snowdon.

Walking the Torrent Walk, Brithdir and self catering accommodation nearby...

One of the most spectacular riverside walks in Britain, the Torrent Walk lies in Brithdir, 2 miles east of the town of Dolgellau in Snowdonia, North Wales.

Walking the Carneddau, Snowdonia and self catering accommodation nearby...

The Carneddau are a group of mountains in northern Snowdonia, North Wales and includes the largest adjoining areas of high ground in Wales and England. It also includes half the country’s highest peaks, recognised as the Fourteen Peaks (over 3,000 feet / 910 meters). Another interesting fact about the Carneddau range is that it is home to the UK's only population of wild horses.

Walking around Bala Lake and self catering accommodation nearby...

Bala Lake is one of the main attractions of this charismatic little town in Snowdonia. The lake is 4 miles long by 1 mile wide and is the widest body of water in Wales and popular amongst tourists and locals for walks, water sports and fishing. The lake’s official name is Llyn Tegid which translates into ‘Lake of Senerity’. 

Llanrwst Walk and self catering accommodation nearby...

Llanrwst Walk is a circular route offering spectacular views of Snowdonia including the Carneddau Mountains and Conwy Valley. The easy / moderate terrain takes you on a green lane through beautiful woodland.  During spring and summer keep an eye out for wild flowers such as bluebells, red campion, and wild garlic. The speckled wood butterfly and little owl have also been seen on the walk.

Walking Moel Emoel Mountain, Bala and self catering accommodation nearby...

Moel Emoel is one of Bala’s wonders. The mountain stands proud to the north of the town with stunning views over Bala town, the lake and surrounding area. The walk is a 6 mile circular walk that requires moderate ability. Some sections of the walk are usually quite wet therefore make sure you remember your walking boots.