Along the Cob in Malltraeth
|6.1 km||34 m|
Calculate the time using Naismith’s Rule and factor in your own pace.
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Summits and Places on this Route
- Anglesey Coastal Path Stage 7 Malltraeth to Stanley Embankment - 0.1km
- Anglesey Coastal Path Stage 9 Llyn Rhos Du to Aberffraw - 4.6km
- Anglesey Coastal Path Stage 10 Aberffraw to Four Mile Bridge - 5.2km
- An Easy Walk At Aberffraw Beach - 5.2km
- Aberffraw to Porth Cwyfan – Easy Walk on the Anglesey Coastal Path - 5.2km
- Coed Niwbwrch – Newborough Forest - 5.3km
- Fall in Love with Ynys Llanddwyn - 5.4km
- Lon Las Fenai Cycle Route - 9.3km
- The Black Boy Inn - 9.2km
- Basecamp Wales - 18.0km
- Tyn Llain B&B - 21.0km
- Yr Efail Swynol The Enchanted Forge Holiday Cottage - 21.5km
- Snowdonia Bunkhouse - 22.8km
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Along the Cob in Malltraeth Details
An easy route from Malltraeth in the western side of Anglesey. This route takes you across the cob, and is of particular interest to bird watchers as it was where the wildlife artist Tunnicliffe had his studio.
You can extend this walk by following the coastal path to Llanddwyn and returning via one of the many forestry paths and tracks in the forest, which generally give good going so long as you can actually get a bearing of where you are! The Joiner’s Armis is at the start (or end!) of the walk if you’ve built up a thirst.
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