Walking

Snowdon South Ridge from Rhyd Ddu

The Snowdon South Ridge path usually elicits a blank expression on most walkers when you mention routes up Snowdon. Those in the know however, realise that this is an absolute gem of a route that stands modestly in the shadows, shunning the limelight. In comparison, the PYG, Miners Track and Watkin Paths are cheap, talentless …

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Best Mountain Walks in Snowdonia

Crib Goch Scramble from Pen y Pass

Crib Goch is the hardest route up Snowdon and starts from Pen-y-Pass along the PYG Track. It’s an exposed grade 1 scramble that should only be attempted if you’re confident in your abilities. NOTE – Distance above is for one way only. You’ll need to double up if you descend the same way – but we don’t recommend …

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The Best Walking Routes on Anglesey

Often overshadowed by the mountains of Snowdonia, the walking on Ynys Mon, or Anglesey shouldn’t be underestimated. Not only are there plenty of easier walks, suitable for all the family, there’s the entire coastal path to polish off! We’ve already got more than 50 routes of various kinds on the site, and still growing, here’s …

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Walk up Moel Hebog from Beddgelert

Walk up Moel Hebog from Beddgelert

The peak of Moel Hebog dominates the village of Beddgelert. This is the classic walking route up Moel Hebog from Beddgelert, with an interesting return over the smaller outlying summits of Moel yr Ogof where Owain Glyndwr is said to have hidden from the English, and Moel Lefn. It’s topped off by a return through the forest …

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