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Best walks in North Wales!by Emma Lord, Aug 2018
We’re continuously being told that walking is the most underrated form of exercise offering a wealth of health benefits, both physical and mental. With this in mind, we’ve scoured the internet and chosen our top 5 walks on our doorstep here in North Wales!
Llyn Ogwen circular walk
Escape the crowds and enjoy stunning views on this relatively easy walk around Llyn Ogwen. Legends say it’s the last resting place of King Arthur’s sword Excalibur.
Gelert’s grave walk
This walk leads you along an even path from the village centre, along the banks of the River Glaslyn to the site of Gelert’s grave. You’ll also discover the legend of Gelert and Prince Llywelyn which has given this village its name.
Holyhead Mountain, Anglesey
At just 220 metres above sea level, this hardly deserves the title of ‘mountain’, but don’t tell the children that. The summit is still a grand spot on which to enjoy stunning views of South Stack lighthouse and towering sea cliffs that are alive with seabirds.
Llyn Elsi, Betws-y-Coed
After a steady climb through the Gwydir Forest, Llyn Elsi’s sudden appearance is startling: was a reservoir ever created in such a lovely spot? After your picnic, you can either head back down, or walk around the lake to enjoy more stunning mountain views.
Llangollen History Trail
This action-packed lap of Llangollen and the Dee Valley manages to cram in Llangollen Canal, the Horseshoe Falls, Llantysilio Church, Valle Crucis Abbey, the imperious remains of Dinas Bran Castle – not to mention the pretty town itself.