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Cadair Bronwen is the highest point in the Berwyn Hills. This Denbighshire walk starts from Llandrillo in the Dee Valley and features a gentle ascent to the summit ridge. The route includes some excellent views and is typical of this part of Mid-Wales.
This lengthy walk in the Berwyns provides the walker with the opportunity to visit the highets hill in the range together with many other peaks on the main and associated ridges. As an added bonus you can see the beautiful waterfall of Pistyll Rhaeadr and also enjoy some solitude as many of the peaks are not often walked.
Aran Benllyn and Aran Fawddwy are both included in this southern Snowdonia walk from Llanuwchllyn. A linear route, the approach follows the ridge to one of the highest mountains in Wales. Route finding is generally easy but this walk is best saved for a fine day to enjoy the excellent views.
A walk to the summit of Arenig Fawr is a rewarding excursion in southern Snowdonia. Starting from Arenig near Llyn Celyn, the route offers excellent walking. Passing Llyn Arenig Fawr the ascent is relatively easy. Descent is over unpathed ground and good navigational skills are recommended.
An all-day walk to a historic house set in a riverside country park, plus a long section of Wat’s Dyke.
A glimpse of the family seat of the Wynn family, after which the pub is named.
A short walk full of history: ancient Offa’s Dyke, a 19th-century icehouse and an Iron Age hillfort.
This excellent walk takes in the highest point on the Clwydian Hills and includes a lengthy section north along the main ridge. Offering contrasting views as far as Snowdonia, with many of the peaks easily recognised, to the west and the delights of Merseyside and beyond to the east the route has much to offer. Apart from being busy around Moel Famau, the route is generally quiet with navigation offering few problems.
This short walk near Dolgellau (Gwynedd) is a wonderful route offering great views and excellent walking. An ideal route if you are short of time or if the weather only allows a shorter walk.
A walk on little-known paths through delightful wooded country between hidden farms and valleys.
A hearty, hilly hike to the foot of Cader Idris, passing Llyn Gafr, Llyn-y-Gadair and Llyn Gwernan.
A short stroll close to Dolgellau town centre, featuring a pretty riverside walk and a historic sacred well.
A short level stroll on lanes and footpaths, with a couple of stretches along the pretty River Alyn.
A pleasant level walk through meadows, with stretches alongside the rivers Dee and Alyn.
Walk through a wooded nature reserve, with good views across the Dee valley on the return journey.
This Snowdonia walk provides aeasy circuit of picturesque Llyn Tranant, a reservoir nestling in the Carneddau mountains. The route is easy to follow and provides some rugged scenery without to much effort. Ideal for a family walk and picnic.
A partly traffic-free route on former railway lines, estuarine cycle-paths and quiet lanes.
Estuary-side walking and a pleasant hillside return with good views.
Enjoy views over the Dee marshes, sample the Wirral Way, and explore Parkgate village.
Echoes of the past with former railway lines and disused quaysides alongside the Dee.
Sandy paths, and wet grass after rain around The Mulberry.
Gradual ascent and some rocky ground. May be muddy or boggy in places.
Mostly on surfaced paths and roads, but woodland paths may be muddy. The town walls are occasionally uneven,
include numerous steps and in places require a head for heights.