The Snowdonia Way
The Snowdonia Way is a long-distance walking trail that runs for 156 km through the mountains of North Wales. Starting in Machynlleth and finishing in Conwy, the trail is a low-level route traversing the entire National Park, taking walkers along the valleys, through woodlands and past lakes and rivers. It can be completed in 6-8 days, and each day ends in a town or village where there is accommodation, facilities and public transport. Alongside the main route, there are mountain alternatives, allowing walkers to reach peaks along the way.
Start planning your own Snowdonia Way adventure by downloading the free gpx below from Mud and Routes.
You’ll also need the appropriate OS Maps, which are:
And why not buy the accompanying Cicerone The Snowdonia Way Guidebook too.