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Cader Idris Dolgellau
#1 of 262 Nature & Parks in North Wales
If you want a shorter, equally challenging and stunning, but less crowded walk than mount snows on then Cadair Idris is for you Steep ascent up to small lake Another clamber up to sheer horseshoe Amazing views, br...
Amazing hike up the impressive cader Idris, up and down in 5 hours, brilliant hike, plenty water on the way up for the dogs as well, loose stones as you reach the summit so take care, but well defined paths and a...
Snowdon Snowdonia National Park
#8 of 262 Nature & Parks in North Wales
Amazing walk, fantastic scenery, well worth the trip Only downside I wish dog owners would keep their dogs on leads and under control, I didn’t quite get to the summit due to about 20 dogs off leads as some kind l...
A trip along the Watkin Path into Cwm Llan is a journey, possibly even an adventure, from the ancient sessile oak forest of the valley floor upwards to a high pasture, lush and sheep spotted and a wide rocky water...
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#23 of 262 Nature & Parks in North Wales
A really beautiful place, the colours are amazing A good hour or so walk if you take time to look at the rocks and landscape Very interesting too Good flattish path but with others going off more rugged Good shoes...
... is your thing ,then you are in for a Treat as this place offers you an unique Landscape of Industrial past with Trails leading to the Highest point of the mine with views overlooking Amazing Coastal Scenery.
#61 of 262 Nature & Parks in North Wales
At the summit you have panoramic views over to Llandudno, Deganwy, the Conwy estuary including the town itself, over to Anglesey and Puffin Island, and the snowdonia mountain range.
The remains of the Iron age Hill fort is interesting along with the opportunity to go to the top quarry workings overlooking the sea.Although the walking paths are generally good there is a need to be cautious esp...
Moel Siabod Capel Curig
#72 of 262 Nature & Parks in North Wales
Our B&B hosts in Betws-y-Coed recommended climbing Siabod, as the summit offers stunning views of 13 of the 14 major peaks in Wales on a clear day.
Very tasty breakfast, good choice, friendly service, stunning views and very close to the mountains!
Glyderau Snowdonia National Park
#126 of 262 Nature & Parks in North Wales
One of the peaks is Tryfan which is the spur on which Edmund Hillary trained for Everest in 1953 so that gives you an idea of the steepness of the range.
Once we were descending really steep and getting steeper scree I decided we needed to go back up and start our descent again.
Y Garn Snowdonia National Park
#129 of 262 Nature & Parks in North Wales
... hour and was a tough drag over pretty monotonous ground but I was awestruck on reaching the summit, what an amazing view - stunning views all round but the sight of Llyn Idwal, Ogwen and Tryfan was the highlight.
An amazing hike aided by good walking boots.The lower lake is accessible from the car park but the best views are a fair hike up.We took our dog and there were gaps or stiles to get over.One needs to be fairly agi...
Yr Eifl Llithfaen
#170 of 262 Nature & Parks in North Wales
The view for the top on a good day gives panoramic views of Snowdonia, Anglesey, Llyn Peninsula and Barmouth Bay.
This spectacular remnant of an Iron Age hill fort is said to be one of the most impressive monuments in Wales.
#176 of 262 Nature & Parks in North Wales
Cnicht Penrhyndeudraeth
#188 of 262 Nature & Parks in North Wales
#201 of 262 Nature & Parks in North Wales
#225 of 262 Nature & Parks in North Wales
Carnedd Llewelyn Snowdonia National Park
#229 of 262 Nature & Parks in North Wales