Category Archives: Walks

Descriptions of walks we have been on

TREFRIW WALKING FESTIVAL 2018 Booking for this year’s Trefriw walking festival opens on March 15th and Plas Celyn, as members of the Trefriw “Walkers are Welcome” group are looking forward to hosting returning or new guests for this wonderful weekend of adventure: … Continue reading

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Finally had a decent day for a walk last Thursday, and decided to set off up the recently-renamed Carnedd Gwenllian (formerly Carnedd Uchaf) which is one of Snowdonia’s 3000  footers.  We started in Llanbedr Y Cenin, a tiny village just … Continue reading

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Today, with the rain holding off for a few hours, we decided to take our bikes out and have a look at how full the waterfalls are after a couple of days of heavy showers.  Although a bit cool, the … Continue reading

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Today I was taking photographs in the village to put on the Trefriw website page on www.wales-tourist-information.co.uk . It was such a lovely morning, I went up to catch the sunshine on the Fairy Falls – and very pretty they looked I also … Continue reading

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Whilst the weather has been a little disappointing this last week, we are still getting some nice sunny intervals which mean I have been able to get out for a walk or two. I can’t resist the sight of bouncing … Continue reading

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Early evening is a lovely time to go for a walk, and I often walk Trefriw trails no.2, which goes down Gower’s Road to the suspension footbridge over the River Conwy, then follows the flood banks around to the confluence … Continue reading

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With the weather somewhat better than forecast, we set out to walk from Pont Y Pair in Betws-Y-Coed via the Miner’s Bridge across the Llugwy and up along Sarn Helen roman road to join the path to Llyn Elsi.  Always … Continue reading

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