Walking in Llŷn and the Snowdonia National Park
itself, at 3,560 feet (1,085m), is obviously the prime destination for many with the most popular routes to the summit being the Llanberis Path, which runs parallel to the Snowdon Mountain Railway and the more strenuous Pyg and Miner’s tracks.
However, there are a number of other mountain ranges that are equally as beautiful and challenging such as Y Carneddau, Y Glyderau, Y Rhinogau and Cader Idris. The scenic North Wales Path which follows the coast and lower mountain slopes between Prestatyn and Bangor offers fascinating sights such as Aber Falls and the Druid’s Circle whilst the traffic free cyclepath from Barmouth to Penmaenpool provides stunning views of the glorious Mawddach estuary.
NEW Coastal Circular Walks
To make the most of the coastal walking offer, 18 circular walks have been developed by Gwynedd Council through funding received by the Big Lottery Coastal Communities Fund.
The circular walks give you the opportunity to enjoy the Coast Path, but also to appreciate nature, heritage, culture and adventure opportunities available in the nearby villages and towns.
Details of the walks are available here
Weatherman Walking Derek Brockway
Below are some of the walks Derek has walked in Snowdonia.
Mud and Routes Walks
If you're looking for more walks in the Llŷn and Snowdonia area then have a look at the Mud and Routes website
which has many to choose from. You can view maps, download GPX files and even share your own special route.