Walking Conwy, Snowdonia North Wales

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Snowdonia’s magnificent walking country, as well as the Llyn Peninsula and Anglesey, make North Wales one of the most diverse walking areas in the UK. The Groes Inn is one of the best North Wales hotels to return to after a day out in the hills: rustic, cosy and unpretentious.

Our favourite local walk through the nearby lanes can be downloaded here. Alternatively, this selection of short walks in North Wales are all recommended by the clever bods at the National Trust. They will help you uncover the best views and the nattiest natural wonders the rugged region has to offer. Why not combine your trek with a visit to one of the nearby grand gardens…


Ornamental Lake walk

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

Trail: Walking
Grade: Easy
Distance: 0.6 miles
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Porthor and the Whistling Sands walk

The views are spectacular on this short walk along the rugged coastline on the northern side of the Llyn Peninsula.

Trail: Walking
Grade: Easy
Distance: 1 mile
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Discover nature walk at Penrhyn

Explore the lesser known parts of Penrhyn Castle’s grounds.

Trail: Walking
Grade: Easy
Distance: 1 mile
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Chirk Garden Wood walk

Easy woodland walk with spectacular views across the Ceiriog valley.

Trail: Walking
Grade: Easy
Distance: 1 mile
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Menai Strait wildlife and woodland walk

Explore varied native woodland and ancient parkland with views of the house and gardens at Plas Newydd and the hills of Snowdonia.

Trail: Walking
Grade: Moderate
Distance: 1.5 miles
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The Trwyn Cemlyn walk on Anglesey

This walk around the coastal headland celebrates some of Anglesey’s industrial heritage as well as its rich wildlife.

Trail: Walking
Grade: Easy
Distance: 1 mile
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