Low Level and Easier Walks in Snowdonia

These are what we class as easier walks or lower level walks. So the easier walks tend to be under around 8km, while low level walks can be longer but will not exceed 300m in height. It’s all relative and a bit arbitrary – so check the walk stats and description and decide if you’re up to it.

Coed Dolfriog Nantmor Easy Walk

This is a moderately easy walk from Nanmor near Beddgelert through the Coed Dolfriog woodland. Alternatively, the walk can be started from the Welsh Highland Railway at Nantmor and adding a couple of kilometres to the route and joining it at section 2 below. 1 Start the walk at the old picnic site in Nanmor. …

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Snowdonia Walks from Betws-y-Coed

There are many circular walks from Snowdonia’s Betws-y-coed, not surprising considering the number of lakes near Betws-y-coed such as Llyn Elsi and Llyn Parc. Nestling in the Gwydyr Forest, walks are usually either through the trees, a river walk or involve a lake or two. More often than not, you’ll get the lot! With waterfalls …

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Cwm Gwernol Quarryman’s Trail

This moderate walk in South Snowdonia starts from the Nant Gwernol station on the Tal y Llyn Railway  or from the village of Abergynolwyn. The trail can be followed by following the Blue boot waymarked posts. It sets off initially along the banks of the Afon Gwernol, before climbing up to the old quarries at Bryn …

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