Walk North Wales

Walks In North Wales

Trawsfynydd Reservoir

An easy walk around Llyn Trawsfynydd reservoir near the village of Trawsfynydd, just over 8 miles in total. The walk is on tracks and paths with a section of lanes and a little bit a pavement on the way back. A lovely walk with stunning views and the interesting old nuclear power station that looked like a Soviet building of the 70s.

Park at any car park by the reservoir 52.89514, -3.92867

Total distance: 8.4 Miles
Total time: 4.26 hrs
Moving time: 3.30 hrs
Average speed: 1.9 mi/h

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Menai Bridges

A walk along a bit of the Anglesey coastal path taking in both the Britannia and Menai bridges. Starting at any car park in Llanfairpwllgwyngyll and then following the main road to the Britannia Bridge, then following the coastal path all nicely signed through woods, coast and fields with a couple of sections of road pavements all signed to Menai Bridge. A great walk as you get to see and walk underneath both bridges with great views back to the mainland. Along the way you will see the first WI building in the world, the incredible hidden lions under the Britannia bridge, Church Island with its ancient church and massive Monterey Cypress tree, often mistaken for a Yew tree, as well as the awe inspiring suspension bridge.

Park at any car park in Llanfairpwllgwyngyl and then follow the road to the Brittania bridge.

Total distance: 6.9 Miles
Total time: 3.5 hrs
Moving time: 3 hrs
Average speed: 2.1 mi/h

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