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Dinas Mawddwy

Little village in an Alpine-style setting amongst steep, forested hillsides. Large craft centre in former woollen mill is a popular attraction. It’s an ideal touring centre close to two famous mountain passes – Bwlch yr Oerddrws to the north-west, and the even more spectacular Bwlch y Groes, the highest pass in Wales, to the north-east. Visit Pont Minllyn, a narrow bridge crossing the Dyfi at Dinas Mawddwy built by Dr John Davies early in the seventeenth century. Also a good base for walking, fishing and mountain biking, with challenging trails in the nearby Dyfi Forest.

Mountain Biking Centres

www.mbwales.com
www.mbwales.com/Coed-y-Brenin (30-40 minutes*)
www.mbwales.com/AnturStiniog (50-60 minutes*)
www.dyfimountainbiking.org.uk

Attractions and activities in the area

www.meirionmill.co.uk
www.visitmidwales.co.uk/Dinas-Mawddwy-Walks
www.visitmidwales.co.uk/Bwlch-Y-Groes-Mountain-Pass
www.llechwedd-slate-caverns.co.uk (50-60 minutes*)
www.zipworld.co.uk (50-60 minutes*)
www.surfsnowdonia.com (80 minutes*)

For more attractions and activities go to www.visitwales.com

* Approx distance from Dinas Mawddwy

Walking routes in the area

Below are details for some of the walking routes in the area.

Dinas Mawddwy Walk
2.1 miles along the river on grassy paths and firm tracks.

Waen-oer Ridge Walk
9 miles. The walk climbs from the village of Dinas Mawddwy over the bare mountains of Maesglase, Craig Portas, Cribin Fawr and Waun-oer and then down the slopes of Mynydd Ceiswyn to Bwlch Llyn Bach pass, Tal-y-llyn.

Cader Idris
10 miles there and back. This is the easiest of the footpaths up Cader Idris, but at over five miles, it is the longest. The path approaches Cader Idris from the head of the Dysynni valley, and gently climbs up to join the Pony Path at the top of Rhiw Gwredydd.

Snowdon Walking Routes - 1 hour 30 minutes to Llanberis from Dinas Mawddwy
Snowdonis the highest mountain in Wales and England. However you recognise this famous landmark, it is well worth a visit. Standing tall over the village of Llanberis, Snowdon is a part of a close-knit family of jagged peaks and can offer views of Snowdonia, Anglesey, Pembrokeshire and Ireland. Choose from six different paths to conquer this 1085 metre giant: The Llanberis Path, PYG Track, Miners’ Track, Watkin Path, Rhyd-Ddu Path or the Snowdon Ranger Path.

Pubs, Inns, Restaurants and Cafes

Below are details of some places to eat in Dinas Mawddwy and the surrounding area.

Y Llew Coch - Red Lion, Dinas Mawddwy
Dolbrodmaeth Riverside, Dinas Mawddwy
The Buckley Arms, Minllyn, Dinas Mawddwy
Melin Meirion Mill (Coffee Shop), Dinas Mawddwy
Yr Hen Siop, Dinas Mawddwy
Y Crochan Cafe, Corris Craft Centre
Brigands Inn, Mallwyd, Machynlleth
Penrhos Arms Hotel, Cemmaes, Machynlleth
Cross Foxes, Dolgellau
Dylanwad Cafe, Dolgellau
Bwyty Mawddach Restaurant, Llanelltyd, Dolgellau
Lemon Grass, Dolgellau
Y Sospan Bistro Restaurant, Dolgellau
The Stag Inn, Dolgellau
Yr Hen Efail Cafe and Tea Rooms, Dolgellau

Events

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