25 Search Results Found

Route NameDistanceDescription
Conwy Falls1 miles (1 km)Follow the circular Conwy Falls Walk through this beautiful wooded gorge near Betws-y-Coed
Llandudno to Conwy8 miles (13.5 km)This route takes you along a fine section of the North Wales Coast Path from Llandudno to Conwy
Conwy Mountain3 miles (5.2 km)Enjoy fabulous views over Conwy Bay and the Welsh mountains on this climb to Conwy Mountain (Mynydd y Dref).
You can follow a section of the North Wales Path from the town up into the hills
Llandudno7 miles (11 km)Enjoy wonderful coastal views on this circular walk around the popular North Wales town of Llandudno.
Fairy Glen Betws y Coed1 miles (1 km)Visit this delightful glen in Betws y Coed and enjoy little waterfalls, rapids and cascades in a wooded gorge on the River Conwy
Betws Y Coed River Walk1 miles (2 km)A circular walk along the Afon Llugy and the River Conwy in the Snowdonia village of Betws Y Coed
Swallow Falls2 miles (4 km)This walk follows the Afon Llugwy from Betws-y-Coed to the beautiful Swallow Falls in the Snowdonia National Park
Llanfairfechan16 miles (25.5 km)This seaside resort in Conwy County has some lovely coastal trails, riverside paths, lovely beaches and some local challenging hill climbs to try
Sychnant Pass5 miles (8 km)This circular walk explores the wonderful Sychnant Pass near Conwy in North Wales
Tal Y Fan5 miles (8 km)
Llanrwst6 miles (9 km)This attractive market town is located in an ideal spot in the Snowdonia National Park
Bodnant Garden2 miles (3 km)These beautiful 80 acre gardens in Conwy have miles of footpaths, wonnderful floral displays and spectacular views across Snowdonia. In the park you will find formal gardens bounded by clipped box hedges, ornamental ponds , tranquil pools, fountains, formal herbaceous borders, an enclosed laburnum arch and many rose gardens. There is also a pretty Pin Mill located on the delightful canal terrace, a steep wooded valley with a stream, the Dell with the river Hiraethlyn flowing through and the delightful Italianate terraces.
Jubilee Path Penmaenmawr2 miles (2.5 km)This walk takes you along the elevated Jubilee Path above Penmaenmawr on the North Wales coast
Great Orme Country Park3 miles (4.5 km)Explore this limestone headland in Llandudno and enjoy spectacular views of the North Wales coast
North Wales Path60 miles (96 km)Explore hills, coast, valleys, mountains and the beautiful coast on this stunning walk through North Wales
Llyn Elsi3 miles (5 km)This walk visits the lovely Llyn Elsi from the village of Betws-y-Coed in the Snowdonia National Park
Alwen Trail7 miles (12 km)This is a circular cycling and walking trail around the delightful Alwen Reservoir in Conwy, North Wales
Capel Curig3 miles (5 km)The village of Capel Curig lies in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park, making it an excellent centre for walkers
Dolwyddelan Castle4 miles (6 km)This circular walk visits a historic castle located in the Conwy County area of North Wales
Foel Fras9 miles (15 km)Climb to the summit of Foel Fras on this challenging climb in the Carneddau mountain range in the Snowdonia National Park
Bangor4 miles (7 km)This walk around Bangor takes you to some of the highlights of the coastal town
Abergele7 miles (11 km)This town in North Wales has some nice walks along the coast and local woodland to try
Fairy Falls Trefriw1 miles (2 km)Visit these pretty falls in Trefriw and enjoy a stroll along the rushing water of the River Crafnant
Llyn Cowlyd9 miles (14 km)Visit the deepest lake in north Wales on this walk in the Carneddau range
Denbigh1 miles (1 km)This market town is located in the north east of Wales in the county of Denbighshire

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