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.

Dinas Oleu Walk Barmouth No ratings yet.

The views from Dinas Oleu above Abermaw (Barmouth) across the Mawddach are stunning and well worth hauling yourself upon this short walk. The full details of this route are available from the National Trust website, and explores the first land that was donated to the National Trust. Please rate this Rating

Plas Brondanw and the Tower from Garreg – Easy Snowdonia Walk No ratings yet.

In this easy walk by the Llanfrothen and Croesor Community Council in central Snowdonia, walk by the home of Clough Williams-Elis, the architect of  Portmeirion; Plas Brondanw and to the tower that was was a wedding gift to Clough William-Elis. The views from here towards Snowdon and the Moelwynion are stupendous. A full description of the …

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Llwybyr Clogwyn y Gigfran Trail Walk from Betws-y-Coed No ratings yet.

For a reasonably easy walk from Betws-y-coed, try the waymarked Clogwyn y Gigfran trail. Starting off from behind the Royal Oak hotel, this is a 5.6km route along easy forestry tracks with views over the neighbouring Lledr Valey. Simply follow the blue waymarkers! For more information – Natural Resources Wales as it may be occasionally affected by …

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