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Circular Walks

Definition of walks

  • EASY – mainly flat under 3 miles
  • MODERATE – some steep slopes and uneven ground 3-8 miles
  • STRENUOUS – Maybe very steep. Over 7 miles
  • Strenuous mountain walk – continuous mountain walking over long distances.

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Betws y Coed to Cromlech Capel Garmon

A pleasant circular walk where you quickly reach woodland and open farmland.
Walks in the Conwy Valley, North Wales


A gentle circular walk from Tal-y- Cafn along the Conwy river.

Deganwy Castle Walk

Castell Deganwy has been associated with Maelgwn, a powerful 6th-century ruler of Gwynedd.
Dolwyddelan walk Conwy

Dolwyddelan to Ty Mawr Wybrnant

A strenuous circular walk, steep in parts, through open moorland and forest.

Great Orme Circular Walk

Part of the Wales Coastal Path, this walk takes you around one of the most spectacular country parks in Wales.

Llanrwst 1 – Melin y Coed

Leads through woodland to spectacular views of the Carneddau Mountains and Conwy Valley.
walking in conwy valley. llanrwst

Llanrwst 2 – Llanddoged

Takes you from the market town of Llanrwst through 'Coed y Felin', an ancient woodland.
Walking Conwy Valley Railway, Llanrwst, Trefriw

Llanrwst to Trefriw

This easy, level wide footpath linear walk is a safe family walk, suitable for pushchairs and wheelchairs.
Conwy Valley Railway Walks

Llanrwst to Trefriw

This walk follows a level footpath through fields along the banks of the River Conwy known as the cob.

Llyn Elsi Walk

This is a pleasant walk to Llyn Elsi, a lake in the forest above Betws y Coed.

Taith y Castell

A circular walk which leads you through the village of Dolwyddelan.
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