Epic Walk

The Brenig Way 3/5 (1)

The Brenig Way is a mid level walk in North Wales that takes you from Corwen to the upland reservoir of Llyn Brenig. It has been established by Denbighshire council and is a promoted route for walkers in this quiet and rural part of the county.  Starting off along the Dee Valley, and visiting the …

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Cambrian Way

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The Cambrian Way, had it not been scuppered along with the Cambrian Mountains National Park for rather dodgy reasons (see the link here – http://cambrian-mountains.co.uk/?page_id=326), would surely challenge the Pennine Way for the UK’s premier mountain walk and would win on all counts bar seniority. That said, it languishes in utter obscurity, a missed opportunity …

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The Paddy Buckley Round 5/5 (1)

The Paddy Buckley Round (PBR) in Snowdonia along with the Ramsay Round in Lochaber and the Bob Graham Round in the Lakes make up the UK Big 3 Rounds. Basically, the Big 3 are the toughest 24 hour fell running challenges in the UK, or at least the toughest formalised and/or popular ones! It was devised …

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Welsh 3000s – Walking the Welsh 14 Peaks Challenge Guide and Map No ratings yet.

The walk across the Welsh 14 peaks challenge is one of the toughest walks in Snowdonia National Park. An absolute must if you’re fit enough. OS Map Required Explorer 017, BMC Map, Landranger 115 Welsh 3000s – Walking the Welsh 14 Peaks Challenge Route Description The route above takes you up Crib Goch initially and then over Garnedd Ugain …

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Rhinog Fach Cambrian Way Stage 14 – Barmouth to Maentwrog – The Rhinogydd

Rhinogydd Traverse 5/5 (1)

If you don’t think any of the Rhinogydd routes are sufficiently challenging, then this one might be! Featured in a Mud and Routes article on the most challenging Snowdonia Walks, this is a composite route from our other Rhinogydd walks. You’ll need excellent navigational skills to complete this route, not to mention a decent level …

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The Ardudwy Way 5/5 (1)

The Ardudwy Way  is a little known multiday path that crosses the western side of the Rhinogydd from Barmouth in the south to Llandecwyn in the north. Either complete it on it’s own or use it in order to create a loop when traversing the peaks. The Route  starts off in Barmouth and heads straight up …

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