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Category Anglesey
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'You will be in the hands of the local experts with Anglesey Walking Holidays. We pride ourselves in offering tailor-made hiking tours along the Anglesey Coast Path, now part of the Wales Coast Path. We are passionate about our island and its culture and can offer expertise and local knowledge of each Trail ...'

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Eurwyn and Gillian Williams

Category Anglesey
Type of Website
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'Group set up and supported by Isle of Anglesey County Council to promote walking and tourism associated with walking on the island. Its aim is to provide a comprehensive guide for visitors walking not only the Coastal Path, but also the wonderful and numerous inland walks, around the lakes, marshes and stunning scenery that make up this beautiful and ancient land.' ALERT The Website cited here is a replacement for the original, which seems to have disappeared.

Category Merioneth
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Usually held Mid September.

Category Merioneth
Size (acreage)1700
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'This huge forest is a treasure trove of walking and cycling routes, photographic opportunities and wildlife in the heart of Snowdonia National Park. Take in the stunning views across to Snowdon, picnic by the secluded lake of Llyn Llywelyn and listen out for the sound of the Old Welsh Highland railway trains, which run through the forest on route from Caernarfon to Porthmadog.'

 

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Natural Resources Wales

Category Denbighshire
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Member of the Ramblers - North Wales Area Grouping

Category Conwy
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A world-famous garden home to National Collections and Champion Trees ... With intimate corners, sweeping lawns, grand terraces and verdant woodland, there are many gardens in one at Bodnant ... With year-round colour, the garden can be whatever you want it to be, whether that's a hive of activity or a haven of tranquility and relaxation, this is truly a special place for all ages.'

 

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National Trust

Category Denbighshire
Type of Walk
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Member of the Ramblers - North Wales Area Grouping

Category Denbighshire
Overview

'A wonderful area to explore on foot. Relatively short walks are quickly rewarded by breathtaking views and stunning landscapes. But some magnificent long-distance footpaths also criss-cross the area including the Daddy of them all: Offa's Dyke National Trail.

Category Denbighshire
Type of Website
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'We specialise in individually tailored group walking tours in North Wales. Based in the beautiful Vale of Clwyd we cater for walkers of all abilities.'

Category Flintshire
Type of Walk
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'Coed Moel Famau is situated in the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The Clwydian Range is a chain of purple heather-clad summits topped by hillforts; Moel Famau is the highest summit in the range. The Dee Valley lies beyond these windswept hills and is home to the historic towns of Llangollen and Corwen ... There is a range of walking trails of different lengths, a blue grade mountain bike trail and children's play areas.'

 

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Natural Resources Wales

Category Conwy
Type of Website
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'Discover where to walk in Conwy through the range of leaflets and booklets we produce.'

Category Conwy
Type of Website
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'There’s a network of pushchair-friendly trails with viewpoints and hides to make the most of your visit and plenty of information to explain what you're watching. Perhaps you’ll meet one of our friendly volunteer wildlife guides who can help you discover just a little bit more?'

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RSPB

Category Conwy
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Member of the Ramblers - North Wales Area Grouping

Category Denbighshire
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'Corwen is a fantastic venue for this type of event and is a wonderful base for walking enthusiasts as it offers walks from the town that suit all levels of walking. From walks around Corwen itself, finding out about the history of the town, to a high level ridge walk along the Berwyn reaching over 800 metres in height, the Corwen Walking Festival has it all. We are offering guided walks on both days and you have the choice of a full day walk or, with some of the shorter walks, doing one in the morning and another in the afternoon. We also have some evening walks and a navigation workshop, along with evening entertainment in town.' Usually held Early September.

Category Flintshire
Type of Walk
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Member of the Ramblers - North Wales Area Grouping

Category Denbighshire
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'It is really easy to step out into the diverse and outstanding landscape that makes up Denbighshire, from the spectacular Eglwyseg Escarpment in the Dee Valley to the tranquil Vale of Clywd and the Coastal Dunes.'

Category Flintshire
Type of Website
Overview

Downloadable PDFs of twenty-five Rural Walks plus of some other walks around and about the County.

Category Wrexham
Size (acreage)1200
Type of Website
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'Explore a much-loved home, garden and estate filled with the stories of a family and their servants ... With 1,200 acres of beautiful parkland, a range of habitats and countryside walks offer a wealth of hidden treasures for all to enjoy. Erddig’s parkland is remarkably diverse, brimming with grassland, lakes, ponds, rivers, veteran trees and woodland.'

 

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National Trust

Category Caernarfonshire
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Member of the Ramblers - North Wales Area Grouping

Category Wrexham
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'Straddling the English border, near Whitchurch in Shropshire and Wrexham in Wales, lies one of the biggest and best raised bogs in Britain. Its astonishingly varied wildlife makes it a place of international importance.'

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Natural England

Category Flintshire
Type of Website
Overview

'Rights of Way ... Rural Walks Booklet ... The Walkabout Flintshire Programme ... The Clwydian Range ... The Dee Estuary and Birding ...'

Category Anglesey
Type of Website
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'There are a range of geotrails and picnic areas and thought provoking, informative displays and tactile exhibits which encourage adults and children alike learn about the wonder of the world around them. '

Category Merioneth
Type of Website
Overview

'Welcome to GoBala - THE source for Trails in the Bala & Penllyn area, where you can enjoy the stunning mountain & lake scenery of Snowdonia, whether on foot, by bike, on water or by road ...'

Category Conwy
Size (acreage)18000
Type of Website
Overview

'Gwydir Forest Park surrounds Betws-y-coed, one of the prettiest villages in Snowdonia National Park. Our waymarked walking trails set off from the village and include an easy boardwalk stroll, steep climbs up forested hillsides with far-reaching views, and walks around beautiful lakes.'

 

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Natural Resources Wales

Category Gwynedd
Type of Website
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'Gwynedd's countryside is full of potential for anyone who ventures into the County's great outdoors. From the summits of Snowdonia to the beaches of Llŷn, its an uphill struggle to find anywhere else in Wales with such a diverse range of landscapes, habitats and things to do.'

Category Flintshire
Overview

'The Council has devised 4 circular walks in the Community for residents and visitors to the area who enjoy walking in the open countryside ... The Council also sponsors the Community Walks Group which provides free conducted walks every Friday.'

Category Flintshire
Type of Website
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'We have been established since 2009 to promote walking in the Holywell area. This covers Halkyn, Flint, Whitford, Trelawnyd, Carmel Brynford ... We are open to any queries regarding tracks and routes and are able to offer the services of experienced walk leaders if required.' The Group organize regular Sunday morning walks.

Category Flintshire
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'Holywell Rambling is one of the oldest rambling clubs in North Wales. It was formed in 1956 as a result of a conversation on a bus journey. This resulted in one the participants, Fred Long, calling a public meeting to form a Rambling Club ... The club is affiliated to the Ramblers’ Association but its walking activities are totally independent. It does however support all the RA objectives and members have and continue to hold posts within the local RA structures.'

Category Denbighshire
Type of Website
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'Coed Llandegla Forest provides a range of routes suitable for walkers of all abilities and fitness levels: Reservoir Walking Route (2.5 miles); Black Grouse Walking Route (2 miles); Intermediate Walking Route (2 miles); Long Walking Route (7 miles).'

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Oneplanet Adventure

Category Merioneth
Overview

Details of four Walks around and about: 'Llanfrothen, Croesor and Rhyd are rural villages at the foot of the Moelwynion and Cnicht. The area is especially beautiful and has attracted artists, writers and craftsmen over the centuries, and it continues to inspire its inhabitants'.

Category Denbighshire
Type of Website
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Usually held Early Spring Bank Holiday Weekend.

 

ALERT  SADLY, there will be no more Llangollen Walking Festivals. We've had the pleasure of running our festival for eight years. Shared some great walks and met many lovely people. Due to circumstances we are no longer able to carry-on.' [November 2021]

 

Category Merioneth
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Member of the Ramblers - North Wales Area Grouping

Category Anglesey
Size (acreage)1700
Type of Website
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'One of the largest and finest dune systems in Britain. The dunes, coastal marshes, sandy and rocky shores have been shaped over thousands of years by the wind and sea and are home to a dazzling array of plants and animals. Newborough Warren and Ynys Llanddwyn was declared the first coastal National Nature Reserve in Wales in 1955.'

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Natural Resources Wales

Category Denbighshire
Type of Website
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'This Area of the Ramblers’ Association covers the North Wales Counties of Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Gwynedd, Wrexham and Ynys Môn ... In North Wales there are 10 RA Groups. These Groups offer a varied programme of over 600 guided walks per year. These are led by RA volunteer members. We have walks to suit all tastes.'

Category Flintshire
Overview

'A working party under the umbrella of Friends of Rhydymwyn Valley (FORV) ... produced a 64 page book called Rhydymwyn and Hendre - A Tale of Two Villages. The book covers a whole range of subjects including both modern and ancient history of the villages, has many excellent illustrations, maps and photographs, as well as featuring memories from residents and former residents. Use the history book as a guide for a short walk around Rhydymwyn - places marked in red appear in the book ...'

Category Caernarfonshire
Distance (miles)0
Size (acreage)0
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'Snowdonia is a great place to come walking and we have a network of walks for people of all abilities. Whether you want the challenge of ascending Snowdon, the highest mountain in England and Wales, or prefer one of our leisurely walks along the coastline, you’re guaranteed breathtaking scenery and diverse landscapes.'

Category Gwynedd
Overview

'Explore the dramatic landscape of the North Wales coast by foot and discover spectacular circular walks in places such as the Llŷn Peninsula and Cambrian Coastline. Whether you just want a short stroll or a full day of inspirational walking, Trails North Wales has a selection of excellent walks to enable you to fully experience this unique area. This website includes details of all the walks that are available on the App.'

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Wales Coast Path

Category Caernarfonshire
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'Serves as a venue for guided walks, meetings and workshops for specialists, academics and interested amateurs. At the same time the general public has free and unlimited access throughout the year.'

Category Conwy
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'Trefriw nestles into the heavily wooded eastern edge of Snowdonia. Once a thriving port and resort, the world passed it by as the river Conwy silted up. It is now the ideal place to stay, for visitors to Snowdonia, who wish to avoid the crowds and commercialism of the better known resorts and enjoy the simple pleasures of the glorious countryside around us while still having an excellent base for exploring this fascinating corner of Britain.' Usually held Mid May.

Category Flintshire
Overview

'Five circular walks have been developed in partnership with Flintshire County Council Footpath Inspector and the Ramblers Association with funding from Cadwyn Clwyd via the Welsh Assembly Government and the EU Rural Development Fund.'

Category Denbighshire
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Member of the Ramblers - North Wales Area Grouping

Category Denbighshire
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'Walkers of all abilities are catered for in Hiraethog with numerous way-marked trails of all lengths and levels available – and plenty of breath taking scenery to boot.'

Category Flintshire
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'The Group has been re-formed and is now self financing thanks to a grant from Flintshire County Council.  We have a new constitution and an organising committee but we are still dedicated to providing free led walks in Flintshire (and beyond). We will be maintaining our links to Troedio Clwyd Walks who will concentrate on walks in Denbighshre.'

Category Wrexham
Type of Website
Overview

'This Website has been designed to encourage people living, working and visiting Wrexham, to get outside and enjoy one of the many free walks that are led in and around Wrexham County Borough.'

Category Denbighshire
Type of Website
Overview

'Discover the soaring mountains of Snowdonia, the scenic countryside of the North East Wales borderlands and Anglesey or coastal walks which wrap around the whole area, from Barmouth in the west to Flintshire in the north east.'

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Visit Wales

Category Flintshire
Size (acreage)160
Type of Website
Overview

'Wepre Park is much larger than you may expect. Its 160 acres of beautiful and ancient woodlands, pools and glades follow Wepre Brook along its course almost as far as the village of Ewloe, and are well worth exploring.'

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Flintshire County Council

Category Wrexham
Type of Website
Overview

Parks and Countryside ... Self-guided Walks.

Category Wrexham
Type of Walk
Type of Website
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Member of the Ramblers - North Wales Area Grouping

Category Wrexham
Type of Website
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Usually held Early June.

Category Caernarfonshire
Overview

'It is possible to go for a walk on the shores of "Afon Heulyn", the Menai Strait, or across the fields towards Bethel. Or, what about a circular route around the village using parts of "Lon Las" and the village's public footpaths. In Allt Gam and Penrallt you can feel as though you're in the middle of the country whilst in the centre of the village ...'

Category Anglesey
Type of Walk
Type of Website
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Member of the Ramblers - North Wales Area Grouping

Category Denbighshire
Type of Walk
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'This section of the Website highlights the countryside sites within Denbighshire, which provide differing levels of easier access routes for people with varying levels of mobility, allowing everyone the chance to explore the diverse and outstanding landscape of Denbighshire.'

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Denbighshire County Council

Category Denbighshire
Distance (miles)7
Size (acreage)370
Type of Walk
Overview

'This scenic new trail around the Alwen Reservoir follows the shoreline and takes you through forest plantations and up onto Mynydd Hiraethog with stunning landscape views from high on the moorland.'

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Llyn Brenig  [Welsh Water]

Category Anglesey
Overview

'Selection of ten circular walks from every corner of the island ... short, hilly, coastal, heritage, walks beside Roman remains, porpoise and seal watching walks, bat, moth, wildlife and bird watching walks. All these walks have something in common. You will find some of the most captivating coastal scenery in Britain.'

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Walk the Wales Coast Path

Category Anglesey
Type of Website
Overview

'The Definitive Map and Statement are the legal record of the public's rights to use footpaths, bridleways and byways. Public rights of way mapping based on the Definitive Map is available using the Online Mapping application.'

Category Merioneth
Distance (miles)24
Overview

'Well signposted upland pathway of 24 miles from Barmouth in the south to Llandecwyn in the north. The route is divided into three sections, each with a leaflet; Southern: Barmouth to Tal y Bont (8 miles) Central: Tal y Bont to Harlech (13 miles) Northern: Harlech to Llandecwyn (12 miles).'

'The Way is mostly on quiet lanes, tracks, and pathways all of which are waymarked with the Buzzard logo. Please note there are no cafes or facilities along The Way.'

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Ardudwy Partnership

Category Merioneth
Distance (miles)20
Type of Walk
Overview

'Strenuous circular walk for able walkers around Bala Lake (Llyn Tegid), including part of the Aran ridge, starting and finishing at the Penllyn Leisure Centre, in Bala. The walk is 20 miles (32 km) long with a total ascent of 4,100ft (1,250m) and is expected to be completed in around 8-10 hours.' Held Early May.

Category Merioneth
Distance (miles)2
Type of Walk
Overview

'Seeks to highlight some of the places around the centre of Barmouth that have played a part in this history and given the town its character. Hopefully it will also encourage the exploration of places of interest further afield.'

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Barmouth Heritage Trail Group

Category Merioneth
Distance (miles)5
Type of Walk
Overview

'Circular walk first through the town, over farmland and moorland to Llanycil returning along the lake and through the town with many stiles. The walk passes through various locations associated with Betsi Cadwaladr.'

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GoBala

Category Denbighshire
Distance (miles)10
Size (acreage)770
Type of Walk
Overview

'Route around Llyn Brenig. This reservoir is one of the largest areas of water in Wales. Opened in 1976 by the Prince of Wales, it holds 13,200 million gallons of water, covers an area of 371 hectares and took four years to fill! ... The Hiraethog Region is a stunning and unspoilt landscape of rolling heather moor, deep forest and quiet lakes in the heart of North Wales.'

Category Denbighshire
Distance (miles)32
Overview

'Promoted route for walkers, meandering from Corwen up to Lake Brenig.'

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Denbighshire County Council

Category Denbighshire
Distance (miles)10
Type of Walk
Overview

'Ridge walking, moorland and panoramic views ... Very strenuous, open moorland, long ascents (750m/2100ft climb)'

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Denbighshire County Council

Category Merioneth
Overview

'Cader Idris is a mountain in the centre of a beautiful area of Mid-Wales bounded by two estuaries: the Mawddach the Dovey. This site describes a large number of walks, climbs, visits and drives for anyone holidaying in the area between the beautiful Mawddach and Dyfi estuaries that bound the Cader Idris mountain range.'

'The site is non-commercial and there are no vested business interests. It has been created to promote this area of Mid-Wales, and help visitors enjoy the area. However, if you have found this site useful, then a donation to the "Wales Air Ambulance" would be very welcome'

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Cadair Idris Farms & Estate

Category Gwynedd
Type of Walk
Overview

'Series of leaflets promoting self guided linear walks between railway stations on the Cambrian network. These have been developed to promote car-free accessible walks in the Mid Wales area that really make the most of the wonderful, varied scenery and wildlife this unique part of the world has to offer. There are 12 in the series.'

ALERT At Review, I could no longer find online details of these Walks on the Cambrian Lines Website. So unfortunately all you have in the alternative Link here are summaries of some of the 12 Trails. (A ‘string search’ on Google of the Titles of the Walks might well give you more detailed information from other Websites.)

Category Wrexham
Distance (miles)23
Overview

'The Ceiriog Valley Walk is the flagship walk of the Chirk and Ceiriog Valley Partnership, devised 15 years ago to link all the villages in the valley from Chirk to Llanarmon (and vice-versa), with convenient access available by public transport to different sections of the walk.'

Category Anglesey
Distance (miles)10
Overview

'Cemlyn is one of North Wales Wildlife Trust's star reserves and regarded by the Anglesey County Council as the "jewel in the crown" of its Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.'

See also

Cemlyn Shingle Ridge Walk [National Trust]

Category Conwy
Type of Walk
Overview

'Are you interested in joining guided walks? Cerdded Conwy Walks are a group of Volunteer walk leaders who put together seasonal walk programmes supported by Conwy County Borough Council ... '

Category Denbighshire
Distance (miles)122
Overview

'Created to celebrate the Millennium, it takes the walker through some of North Wales' finest countryside. The classic route starts and ends in the traditional seaside resort of Prestatyn, which is well served by bus and rail connections. The route uses public rights of way and is trailmarked with a distinctive white disc featuring the Buzzard.'

Category Wrexham
Distance (miles)6
Overview

'Runs from Minera Lead Mines to King’s Mill. It is an easy to follow waymarked path along the river helping you to enjoy the natural beauty of this peaceful valley and uncover its rich history.'

Category Denbighshire
Overview

'Walking in Denbighshire doesn’t all have to be about long distance challenges – there are a number of shorter day walks across the county or short walks that will only take an hour or so. These often link communities and explore some of Denbighshire’s most special places ...'

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Denbighshire County Council

Category Conwy
Overview

'In true Welsh fashion you'll have a song in your heart as you set foot into the Conwy Valley to enjoy the walks detailed here. Sublime mountain views, forest paths, lakeside trails, neolithic settlements, tumbling waterfalls. each carefully detailed walk contains its own wealth of delights. Whether you're in the mood for a gentle 'after lunch' stroll or a challenging stroll to the summit of a distant ridge, you'll find a walk to suit, all of them easily accessible from Betws-y-Coed and the Conwy Valley.' ALERT Unfortunately, the Website cited here seems no longer - and I have not been able to locate a reliable compilation of the dozen Walks I originally listed. So I have replaced the Link with one from Walking Britain.

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Walking Britain

Category Conwy
Distance (miles)102
Type of Walk
Overview

'A long-distance walk of up to 102 miles, with a choice of routes, exploring both sides of the part wooded Conwy Valley, one the most beautiful areas of North Wales.' Printed Guide available from Kittiwake Publications

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David Berry

Category Merioneth
Distance (miles)3
Type of Walk
Overview

'Offers some of the most dramatic mountainous scenery in the UK. It takes you into a normally inaccessible upland environment, and through beautiful ice-sculpted Cwm Idwal – a bowl-shaped hollow filled with the crystal clear waters of Llyn Idwal. The site is world famous for its rock formations and its rare and fragile plant life.'

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National Trust

Category Flintshire
Overview

'The Dee Estuary and surrounding area offer outstanding opportunities for combining birdwatching and walking. Note that a high spring tide can completely cover both the beach and marsh so take that into account when planning your walk ...'

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Richard Smith Dee Estuary Birding

Category Denbighshire
Distance (miles)15
Type of Walk
Overview

'Follows the course of the River Dee between the picturesque towns of Corwen and Llangollen.'

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Denbighshire County Council

Category Merioneth
Type of Walk
Overview

'Begin and end your walking trail of Dolgellau in Eldon Square at the heart of the town. The character of the town with its irregular streets, solid buildings and hard grey stones is the unique product of local geology and local craftsmen. The town began as a collection of serf dwellings and evolved organically over many centuries without a masterplan and today it has a sense of belonging to the magnificent landscape around it.'

 

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Garthyfog Farm

See also

Show me Wales

Category Caernarfonshire
Distance (miles)8
Type of Walk
Overview

'A "character building" walk of steep climbs that rewards you with the best views in North Wales.'

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Trails North Wales

Category Flintshire
Distance (miles)5
Overview

'The Council has devised 4 circular walks in the Community for residents and visitors to the area who enjoy walking in the open countryside.'

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Hawarden Community Council

Category Conwy
Distance (miles)40
Overview

'This route covers an extensive footpath network in the rural south-east of the County Borough (around Pentrefoelas and Cerrigydrudion), and extends into Denbighshire. There is a route-specific waymark logo to aid walkers. The leaflet pack consists of a set of ten maps together with some information about the area (including accommodation and services) ... The network consists of a linear 40 mile route, together with six shorter circular routes which can each be walked individually.'

Category Caernarfonshire
Distance (miles)6
Type of Walk
Overview

'Linear walk from Penmaenmawr on the coast, through the mountains to Rowen, a small village in the Conwy Valley, with spectacular views of the Conwy Valley, the Great Orme and across the coast and Liverpool Bay.'

Category Anglesey
Distance (miles)125
Type of Walk
Overview

'Developing long distance route that follows much of the island’s coastline. The path primarily caters for walkers however cyclists and horse riders can also enjoy certain sections.'

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Wales Coastal Path

Category Denbighshire
Distance (miles)8
Overview

'Moorland with wide views, woodland and riverside walking.'

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Denbighshire County Council

Category Conwy
Type of Walk
Overview

'The Town Trail has been established in recent years by the local authority which has placed large informative boards at fifteen locations in Llandudno town each with a distinctive circular map ... and detailed information on nearby places of interest and a recommended walking route between these 15 trail markers to encompass the whole town.'

Note 'This website was originally developed and edited by the late Noel Whalley ... Last updated, April 2009'

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Noel Walley

Category Denbighshire
Distance (miles)6
Overview

'Explore the history of Llangollen and the surrounding Dee valley on this easy-to-follow, waymarked circular trail. Stunning views, beautiful countryside and a wealth of wildlife make it a truly memorable walk.'

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Dee Valley Walks

Category Denbighshire
Distance (miles)33
Type of Walk
Overview

'The Llangollen Round is a new 33-mile circular route taking in all the summits around the picturesque Vale of Llangollen, written by local author Judy Smith ... The route of the Llangollen Round has been devised by Llangollen Branch of Cancer Research UK, and with the aid of local sponsors, has been presented in detail in a colourful 24-page booklet ... The Llangollen Round Sponsored Walk is now a Triennial Event.

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Llangollen Branch of Cancer Research UK

Category Caernarfonshire
Distance (miles)84
Type of Walk
Overview

'By following the Llŷn Coastal Path you can enjoy the splendour of the area’s diverse landscape: there are small coves and wide expanses of sand, rugged cliffs, ever changeable seas, small harbours and wild heath land. You will be walking in the footsteps of the early pilgrims and experience an area that has history and culture deep in the soil. You will also experience countryside rich in wildlife.'

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Llŷn AONB

Category Merioneth
Distance (miles)14
Size (acreage)1000
Type of Walk
Overview

Two walks: Northern Section - about 6 miles; Southern Section - about 7.5 miles: 'To the south west of the town of Bala, between the Berwyn, Aran and Arenig mountains lies Llyn Tegid, or you may have heard it referred to as Bala Lake.'

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Snowdonia National Park

Category Conwy
Size (acreage)30
Type of Walk
Overview

'Marl Hall Woods is a delightful, ancient semi-natural woodland with stunning displays of rare and beautiful wildflowers in the spring and summer and dazzling colour in the autumn. The site’s prominent location provides great views across the Conwy Valley and a range of historical features make it a particularly interesting place for a woodland walk or picnic.'

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Woodland Trust

Category Merioneth
Distance (miles)28
Type of Walk
Overview

'By following this linear route, you will walk 28 miles through the spectacular countryside of the old county of Meirionnydd, from an enchanting valley at the foot of Cadair Idris to the shores of Llyn Tegid. You will cross public paths and paths used with the permission of the landowner, over mountain pastures and through woodlands, along old romantic lanes, country roads and short unavoidable sections on the main road. The splendid views of lakes and mountains will astound you.'

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