Things to see & do

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Orienteering in Coed Berthlwyd

Find you way around the course © Ian Shaw

Using a specially designed map and a compass, test your navigation skills and find the points on the ground in the woodland at Coed Berthlwyd.

Cyfeiriannu yng nghoed Berthlwyd

A group of young adults following the orienteering trail © John Millar

Defnyddiwch ein map arbennig gyda chwmpawd i herio’ch sgiliau gwe-lywio i gael hyd i bwyntiau ar y llawr yng Nghoed Berthlwyd

Dinas Oleu walk, Barmouth

Dinas Oleu - your open air sitting room © Joe Cornish

Dinas Oleu - your open air sitting room

Situated above the town of Barmouth, this modest gorse-covered hill – with its winding pathways and stunning views – hides a secret. This spot was the start of something big. This is where it all began, come explore our first-ever special place.

Dolmelynllyn Estate walk

The spectacular waterfall at Dolmelynllyn, Gwynedd © National Trust

The spectacular waterfall at Dolmelynllyn, Gwynedd

See the spectacular Rhaeadr Ddu Falls and the fascinating remains of the Cefn Coch gold mine on this four-mile (6.4km) walk at Ganllwyd near Dolgellau.

Rhaeadr Ddu and Coed Ganllwyd walk

The cascading Rhaeadr Ddu in the heart of the Dolmelynllyn Estate © The National Trust

The cascading Rhaeadr Ddu in the heart of the Dolmelynllyn Estate

This great 2-mile (3.2km) waterside walk, at Ganllwyd near Dolgellau, 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.

Ornamental Lake walk, Dolmelynllyn

The lake at Dolmelynllyn © Rhodri Wigley

The lake at Dolmelynllyn

Take a leisurely walk around the newly restored lake at Dolmelynllyn in Gwynedd.