Walking App - Wales Coast Path Circular Routes in North Wales
Take a walk along the coastline of the Llyn Peninsyla and the Snowdonia National Park and you’ll find superb scenery, archaeological and historical remnants, areas of outstanding natural beauty, heritage cost, nature reserves and a wealth of wildlife.
Developed by Geosho the App provides the opportunity for walkers to be guided along the route by their phone using GPS technology. Three of the seven circular routes are in the Snowdonia Mountains and Coast area.
Barmouth Full Tour Cicular Walk
Located on the west coast of Snowdonia this 10 mile route takes you along parts of the famous Panorama Walk where you'll see fantastic views of the estuary and Barmouth Bridge, also known as Barmouth Viaduct. The circular walk can be split in two so you can take your time and learn about the rich history of the area. If weather permits you can even catch a ferry back to the town centre from Penrhyn Point.
Giant Slayer Walk, Tre'r Ceiri, Llithfaen, Llŷn Peninsula
One has been developed around Llithfaen (Tre'r Ceiri) where you'll see one of the best coastal
views in North Wales.
A "character building" walk of steep climbs that rewards you with the best coastal views in North
Wales. The route takes you to the summit of Yr Eifl mountain (which is 1,400ft) where the largely
intact walls and hut circles of the massive Tre'r Ceiri iron age hill fort await. You will be
awarded With spectacular views in every direction. Descend through sheep farms to Nant Gwrtheyrn,
a secluded Victorian village hidden by the sea, which is a Welsh language centre where you can
learn about and explore the history of this unique site.
Shimmering Snowdonia Sandbanks, Borth y Gest and Porthmadog
A walk along one of the most beautiful river estuaries in Wales! The rocky headlands, coves, and beaches of the River Glaslyn as it reaches the sea near Porthmadog lead onto Black Rock Sands Beach, where you can see all the way to Ireland. Return through Porthmadog Golf Course and enjoy the views of Snowdon from the woodlands of the mountain of Moel y Gest.
For more information on these walks and the other four which are in Hollywell, Conwy, Prestatyn and Menai Bridge visit the WCP Trails North Wales website.