Easy Walk

Dinas Oleu Walk Barmouth

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.

An Easy Walk to Cat’s Tor

This is probably one of the easiest walks to a summit on Mud and Routes! This walk starts at Pym Chair car park, already at 461m, and a 1.1km walk with around 60m ascent, if that! You could extend the route easily enough, or use it to stretch your legs if you arrive in the …

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Llyn Llywelyn from Rhyd Ddu

A short trip around Beddgelert Forest from Rhyd Ddu that’s suitable as an easy family walk, trail run or easy mountain bike ride. The Route 1 Start off on the Lon Gwyrfai from Rhyd Ddu. You can start opposite the Rhyd Ddu Path car park, or from the Cwellyn Arms you can follow the minor …

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A Stratford-upon-Avon Ramble

From the centre of Stratford-upon-Avon, you can walk easily and quickly and find yourself rapidly in the surrounding countryside. This easy walk or trail run can be started from the RSC theatre or from the Greenway Cycletrack carpark, with more information on that here – Stratford Greenway. The Route 1 – Starting off at the …

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Stratford Greenway Cycletrack

Stratford-upon-Avon is better known for it’s famous Bard, but if all that culture’s a bit much then you can get out for an easy cycle (or run as I did) before attending a play. There are two carriages converted into cafes (Carriages Cafe) at the start and midpoint of the route, as well as numerous …

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The Llyn Brenig Archaeology Trail

A short walk, but one steeped in history. The Route Click here to view the full description and download a printable route guide and map. With further archaeological walks available on the following page – http://www.cpat.org.uk/walks/

Along the Cob in Malltraeth

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 …

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Walk up Mynydd y Gaer

A walk in the Conwy countryside up an ancient hill fort from Llanefydd. The Route Click here to view the full description and download a printable route guide and map.

Mynydd Penrhos Mountain Trail

A Short route with a bit of a pull up to the summit of Mynydd Penrhos. From the FC Website: “The walk starts among magnificent douglas fir trees along the Afon Mawddach, it then climbs to the top of Mynydd Penrhos,where there are excellent views of the Y Garn, Cader Idris and Rhobell Fawr. The …

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Waterfalls and Goldmines Trail

A steady walk towards Pistyll Cain and Rhaeadr Mawddach. Can be completed on mountain bikes as well. From the FC Website: “A riverside walk on forest tracks, suitable for pushchairs, to the beautiful waterfalls of Rhaeadr Mawddach and Pistyll Cain, the route passes old gold mine workings along the way. A shorter blue waymarked route …

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Gain Waterfall Trail

An easy woodland walk from the Coed y Brenin Visitor Centre, though regarded as ‘tough’ on the FC’s rambling scale! From the FC Website: “This is a tough circular walk, climbing over the Cefndeuddwr ridge before descending via the stone bridge across the upper Gain, to the Gwynfynedd Goldmine and waterfalls at the confluence of …

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A Uwchmynydd Walk From Aberdaron

An easy walk from Aberdaron at the tip of the Llyn Peninsula, exploring the spectacular coastal scenery in the area. The Route Click here to view the full description.

Circular Cemlyn Bay Walk

A short and easy route around Cemlyn Bay. Be warned that the right of way across the shingle bar is closed during the summer months to prevent the disturbance of nesting birds. The Route Click here to view the full description and download a printable route guide and map, or the Anglesey Walking Network site for more info.