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Cadair Idris Fox’s Path Walking Route

Llyn y Gadair Wild Camp 4/5 (1)

Nestling far beneath the summit of Cader Idris (Penygadair) makes this one of the more scenic wild camps in Snowdonia.   Please rate this Rating

Cambrian Way Stage 14 – Barmouth to Maentwrog – The Rhinogydd

Llyn Hywel Wild Camp 4/5 (1)

Nestling in the middle of the Rhinogydd, this is the prime half way spot on a traverse of the Rhinogydd hills. Please rate this Rating

Llyn Morwynion Wild Camp 5/5 (1)

Llyn Morwynion is a picturesque wild camp in the middle of the rugged Rhinogydd. It’s a bit of a clamber to get to from what is known as a ‘path’ in this area, but well worth it. Plenty of camping spots, water and a view!   Please rate this Rating

Llyn Twr Glas Wild Camp 3.5/5 (2)

This lake nestles in the Rhinogydd Badlands, and has a small flat area towards the nothernmost point. The selling point for camping here is the feeling of remoteness, even though you’ll still hear motorbikes on the A470 as it’s barely 5km away. Please rate this Rating

Llyn Du (Craig Drwg) Wild Camp 3.5/5 (2)

A tiny lake just south of Moel Ysgyfarnogod that makes for a secluded wild camp. You’ll need to scout about to find a decent flat area though. Please rate this Rating

Walk or Mountain BIke around the Alwen Reservoir Trail

Cronfa Alwen Reservoir No ratings yet.

Cronfa Alwen Reservoir is a body of water in the Hiraethog area of North Wales. There’s a good path all the way around the reservoir. Please rate this Rating

Snowdon via PYG track from Pen Y Pass

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Glaslyn is a spectacularly placed glacial lake  on the Miner’s Track up Snowdon that nestles under the summit of Yr Wyddfa. Please rate this Rating

Llyn y Caseg Fraith No ratings yet.

One of my favorite wild camping spots, with the dawn view of Tryfan being one of the highlights. Bit boggy, but oh, the view!! Please rate this Rating

Llyn y Cwn No ratings yet.

Located below the steep slopes of Glyder Fawr, this is an idyllic wild camping spot or just a convenient lunch stop on a traverse of the Glyderau. It’s also quite busy! Please rate this Rating

Miner's Track up Snowdon

Llyn Llydaw No ratings yet.

Llyn Llydaw is a major landmark on any walk up Snowdon from Pen-y-Pass. Crossed by a causeway by the Miner’s Track at the far end, and dominating the Cwm from the Snowdon Horseshoe that skirts above. The beach at the near end (As you ascend!) is often used to cool off feet before the final …

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Llyn Brenig No ratings yet.

Llyn Brenig is a man-made lake in the Hiraethog area of North Wales. There’s a cafe and visitor centre here and it’s a popular centre for easy mountain biking, fishing and sailing. Please rate this Rating

Cwm Idwal No ratings yet.

Cwm Idwal is one of the more easily reached landmarks in Snowdonia, and despite this, it can still feel wild. Just ensure that you make it there early or in the evening.  It’s also a great dark sky location.   Please rate this Rating

Cambrian Way Stage 17- Pen y Pass to Ogwen

Cwm Bochlwyd No ratings yet.

Cwm Bochlwyd is a magnificent cwm, nestling beneath the cliffs of Glyder Fach and the iconic Tryfan. Magical place!   Please rate this Rating