Very Easy Walk

Ynys Llanddwyn

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This is an easy to follow walking route to the beautiful Ynys Llanddwyn on Anglesey’s west coast. The walk takes you along possibly the most beautiful beach on the island, with an alternative walk via the forestry plantation if you find the sand gets in your sandals. Ynys Llanddwyn is associated with the Welsh patron …

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The Glasdir Copper Trail

Very easy woodland ramble in the Coed y Brenin forest park. From the FC Website: “The walk takes you through the old copper mine of Glasdir where copper was mined from 1852 to 1914. It was here that the owner Alexander Elmore patented a method of extracting copper from the ore using oil flotation. This …

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Cefndeuddwr Trail

A Very easy family ramble from the Coed y Brenin visitor centre. From the FC Website: “A gently rising walk through mixed woodland and boulder fields on wide well surfaced paths leading to the Cefndeuddwr viewpoint and picnic tables. This walk is suitable for all the family including pushchairs. There are no steps or stiles …

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Rhaeadr Du from Ganllwyd

An easy walk from Ganllwyd to the waterfalls at Rhaeadr Du. From the NT Website: This is a great waterside walk, taking you alongside the turbulent River Gamlan and past the magnificent Rhaeadr Ddu waterfalls. They look different every time you visit, depending on rainfall, weather and light. The Route Click here to view the …

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Easy walk at Plas Yn Rhiw

The evocatively named “Hell’s Mouth” or Porth Neigwl in Welsh is a wide expanse of sandy beach that earned it’s name from sailors in times gone by. This is a walk at the western end of the bay, which rises to over 300m at Mynydd Rhiw, with spectacular views along it’s length. From the NT …

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Cwm Wybrnant and Ty Mawr Walk

Cwm Wybrnant lies between Penmachno and Betws y Coed and the Ty Mawr (Big House) was the home of Bishop William Morgan who translated the Bible into Welsh. The valley is so called as a flying snake or dragon called the gwiber used to dwell in the valley, if you believe that sort of thing. …

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