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Meirionydd & Snowdonia Coast Path

New Route for 2017 Season - Details coming shortly

We are currently preparing information on this section to go live on the website for this coming season.  We expect this to be available from early 2017 and the walking research on the route was completed by us in November.  We are therefore already taking bookings on this section for March to October 2017.  Please email us directly if you would like a quote now OR if you want to be advised once the detailed walking information is live on this website. If you can't wait and want to look at an alternative route on the Wales Coast Path that we are already operating on there is over 180 miles of The Pembrokeshire Coast Path available to book now 

Meanwhile please watch the video below for a taste of what the route has to offer.

Meirionydd and Snowdonia Coast Path -  Route Summary

Distance 60 miles (96 km) extra inland options add 14 miles for those who want more strenuous walking options

Grade Easy 52%, Moderate 33%, Strenuous 15%, Severe 0% - Extra Inland options all strenuous grade - What this means

Is this for you? A varied walk for those that want to be close to the mountains and the ocean. Generally easy but with inland mountain options if you want a challenge. Great mix of beach, forest, coastal marshland & inland hills with bags of Welsh culture & History en route

Highlights Portmerrion Village, mountain steam railways, golden huge unspoilt dunes and sands, superb Snowdonia views, ghostly slate mines, Harlech Castle, Happy Valley & the Bearded Lake !

Terrain Easy footpaths on coastal plains & marshes, sand dunes and sandy beaches. Some inland sections with steeper climbs mainly on good paths and forest tracks. Mountain alternatives more challenging

Please email us now for advance details on this route OR to get a quotation for walking it.

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