Walking in Snowdonia and Llyn
Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsula have some of the most breathtaking views in the country if not the world. Get outdoors and closer to nature on one of our self led guided tours, put together by our rangers so you too can discover the fantastic places that they are lucky enough to call their office.
This great 2 mile (3.2km) waterside walk, at Ganllwyd near Machynlleth, takes you alongside the turbulent River Gamlan and past the magnificent Rhaeadr Ddu Waterfalls. The falls look different every time you visit, depending on rainfall, weather and light.
Beware: Here be dragons. Yes, this 3.75 mile (6km) walk will transport you into the land of magical, mythical creatures at the summit of Dinas Emrys. It also takes in the impressive tumbling Cwm Llan waterfall and allows you to see the Welsh Black Cattle that are creating more diverse vegetation on the slopes of Bylchau Terfyn.
This walk will reward you with stunning views in all directions as you follow it along a splinter of land that's an outstanding wildlife haven.
From a Neolithic burial chamber to newly planted saplings and a recently made pond, this 2.7 mile (4.4km) walk offers a look at the old and the new in the countryside around the small manor house Plas yn Rhiw near Pwllheli.
Venture into the hills on an old drovers' road, taking in wonderful views of Dyffryn Conwy and the Carneddau Mountains. This 6 mile (9.6km) walk on the Ysbyty Estate, Conwy there is plenty of history waiting to be discovered.
The views are spectacular on this short walk along the rugged coastline on the northern side of the Llyn Peninsula. This is a great walk to absorb some of the history and heritage of the area.
This 3 mile (5km) walk offers some of the most dramatic mountainous scenery in the UK. It takes you into a normally inaccessible upland environment, and through beautiful ice-sculpted Cwm Idwal.
This 3 mile (5km) walk takes you through the natural and social history of this Welsh upland valley. At its centre is Tw Mawr Wybrnant, the birthplace of Bishop William Morgan, who translated the Bible into Welsh.
This walk leads you along an even path from the village centre, along the banks of the River Glaslyn to the site of Gelert's grave.
See the spectacular Rhaeadr Ddu Falls and the fascinating remains of the Cefn Coch gold mine on this 4 mile (6.4km) walk at Ganllwyd near Machynlleth.