Short woodland walk from Abergynolwyn
|5.9 km||266 m||2 hours|
Calculate the time using Naismith’s Rule and factor in your own pace.
Start and Finish: Abergynolwyn
The Railway pub in Abergynolwyn
Public Transport: Traveline for UK Public Transport
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Cwm Gwernol Quarryman’s Trail Route Map and GPX Download
Summits and Places on this Route
- Coed Nant Gwernol From Abergynolwyn - 0.3km
- Castell y Bera and Dysynni Valley Walk from Abergynolwyn - 0.5km
- A Circular Walk From Abergynolwyn - 0.5km
- Cadair Idris and Mynydd Moel from Llanfihangel-y-pennant - 2.3km
- The Llanfihangel y Pennant Path up Cader Idris - 2.3km
- Dol Idris Accessible Walk - 7.1km
- The Minffordd Path Walk up Cader Idris - 7.1km
- Cader Idris via Mynydd Moel Path - 7.1km
Pubs and Cafes Nearby:
Cwm Gwernol Quarryman’s Trail Details
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 yr Eglwys. There’s also an old packhorse bridge a couple more kilometres up – Pont Llaeron, but the track is non existent and wet and advised only in dry conditions!
More information, and a printable map (though you can barely make out details on the map, it is useful used in conjunction with a proper OS Map) can be downloaded from the Natural Resource Wales site – Quarrymans Trail Information Sheet.