The Snowdonia Way

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Route Summary:

The Snowdonia Way is a long-distance walking trail that runs through the mountains of North Wales.

Distance
Ascent
Time
156.11 km 5103 m

Calculate the time using Naismith’s Rule and factor in your own pace.

Start and Finish:

Facilities:

Plenty on route

Hazards:

Remember that we cannot outline every single hazard on a walk – it’s up to you to be safe and competent. Read up on Mountain Safety , Navigation and what equipment you’ll need.

Public Transport: Traveline for UK Public Transport
Parking and Post Code for Sat Nav (where applicable): 

Weather Forecast:

Met Office Mountain Weather

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The Snowdonia Way Route Map and GPX Download

Download the GPX File

Recommended Maps

OS Explorer OL23 Cadair Idris & Llyn Tegid , OS Explorer OL18 Harlech, Porthmadog & Y Bala ,OS Explorer OL17 Snowdon

Guidebooks:

The Snowdonia Way

Summits and Places on this Route

No summits were found but here are a few nearby

Places Nearby:

 



The Snowdonia Way Details

The Snowdonia Way

The Snowdonia Way is a long-distance walking trail that runs for 156 km through the mountains of North Wales. Starting in Machynlleth and finishing in Conwy, the trail is a low-level route traversing the entire National Park, taking walkers along the valleys, through woodlands and past lakes and rivers. It can be completed in 6-8 days, and each day ends in a town or village where there is accommodation, facilities and public transport. Alongside the main route, there are mountain alternatives, allowing walkers to reach peaks along the way.

Start planning your own Snowdonia Way adventure by downloading the free gpx below from Mud and Routes.

You’ll also need the appropriate OS Maps, which are:

OS Explorer OL23 Cadair Idris & Llyn Tegid
OS Explorer OL18 Harlech, Porthmadog & Y Bala
OS Explorer OL17 Snowdon

And why not buy the accompanying Cicerone The Snowdonia Way Guidebook too.

 

Tryfan Williams

I’m a Welshman born and raised in the shadow of Snowdonia, and you could say the Mountains are in my blood with a name like Tryfan! I would class myself as a relative newcomer to the outdoor pursuits arena, and so my articles will be my attempt to chronicle my adventures, hopefully learning as I go and giving those that are in a similar boat an insight / forum to share and learn.

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7 thoughts on “The Snowdonia Way”

  1. Hi! Thanks for sharing. I’m going to walk the Snowdonia way in the beginning of April and would therefore like to use the GPX file. Somehow, it doesn’t seem to work however. Is it possible that the file is corrupted? Thanks a million for your quick answer!

  2. Hi, is there a GPX that covers the high route over the mountains? If not I’ll try and create one but that will be map based rather than tracked… (Until I get back!). X G

    1. Hi Grant, I’ve got the file – i’ll pm you my email on the Mud and Routes messenger and pass them on to you. We’re looking to adding the individual leg GPX files onto the walk description in due course.

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