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610 233 Trawsfynydd

Trawsfynydd

Another well-located walking and cycling base close to mountains and the trails in the Coed y Brenin Forest Park. It’s making waves in its own right thanks to developments at Llyn Trawsfynydd – known also as Traws Lake – inspired by the Snowdonia One Big Adventure/Centres of Excellence project. The lake is fast becoming a popular activity and adventure spot with excellent fishing for trout and game species, walking, birdwatching, canoeing, kayaking, and a new cycle loop, boat jetty and visitor centre with café. Visit Llys Ednowain Hostel and Heritage Centre which gives a glimpse into local culture and the Trawsfynydd of old. Tomen-y-Mur Roman Fort has an Ein Treftadaeth – Our Heritage information hub. Yr Ysgwrn, farmhouse home of poet Hedd Wyn who died in World War One, will reopen after conservation and redevelopment work in€ 2017. In the meantime, visitors can see a temporary exhibition at Plas Tan y Bwlch, Maentwrog.

Attractions in the Trawsfynydd area and nearby

Llys Ednowain Heritage Centre 
Yr Ysgwrn – Home of Hedd Wyn 

Activity Providers in the Trawsfynydd area and nearby

Antur Stiniog 
Outdoor North Wales 
Traws Lake 

Walking and Cycling in the Trawsfynydd area and nearby

Coed y Brenin
Lôn Las 
Moel Ysgyfarnod and Craig Drwg from Thrawsfynydd 
Tomen y Mur
Traws Lake

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