Take a walk on the welsh side. North Wales is the perfect place to discover by foot. We’ve rounded up the best walks in North Wales, including coastal walks and the famous mountainous ones.
Porth Dinllaen marine walk on the Llyn Peninsula
How long? 2.5 miles
A coastal, National Trust walk which is a moderate, quick walk. Park your car up at Morfa Nefyn and take the family (including your four-legged friend on a lead) and take in the stunning views.
How long? 7 miles
The nation’s most famous high level mountain walking challenge. If you have a good head for heights then look no further as this is an extremely exciting challenge!
How long? 5.5 miles
This walk was once voted the best in the nation. If you like adventure then The Gylders will most certainly provide this. Get ready to start using those hands to scramble up the rocks.
Moel Hebog/Moel Yr Ogof
How long? 6.2 miles
This walk is not a walk of ease for sure as you will come across some challenging navigation through the Beddgelert Forest along with some simple scrambling and hidden caves. Good luck!
Where? Rhyd Ddu
How long? 6 miles
Put the drama behind you as this walk doesn’t attract huge crowds and there are no great technical difficulties. You will have a comfortable walk taking in some spectacular views.
The Rhinog Ridge
How long? 17.2 miles
Take your boots and sleep things and leave the car. This is an extremely long walk and is best enjoyed over two days with a wild camp on route. For those that think there is no wilderness left in the UK then the Rhinogs just proves you wrong!
Moelwyn and Cnicht
Where? Croesor, Gwynedd
How long? 8 miles
This walk is defiantly a hidden gem. Here you are able to explore the slate quaries of Blaenau Ffestiniog.