Hill and Coastal Walks in North Wales

Hill and Coastal Walks in North Wales
Do you want a lovely week strolling through some of the most beautiful countrysides without too much in the way of steep up hills? If so we offer this amazing course that sees you walking a mixture of low level and easy walks in the hills and on the amazing coast of Wales.
 

Slogging up a mountain is not everyone’s cup of tea and in this course we try and avoid that by Hill and Coastal Walks in North Wales. We do this both in Snowdonia National Park so we can get some splendid views of those impressive mountains without having to walk up them. We also venture to the North Wales Coast, Anglesey and the Llyn Peninsular in order to explore the coastal paths of wales with some of the most amazing seascapes and views.

On top of this we can arrange the walks around cafe/pub stops to make the most out the experience for you. Or simply pack our lunches and enjoy them Alfresco.

Typical Itineraries include

  • Cwm Pennant Exploration
  • Slate Quarries Exploration
  • Cwm Bwychan -Beddgelert Walk
  • Mynydd Mawr Walk
  • Rhoscolyn and South Stack Walk
  • North Wales Coastal Path and the Standing Stones
  • Tip of Lleyn Peninsular Walk
 
 
 
Prior Experience: No Prior Experience Necessary.
Duration: 5 Day
Cost: £600

Course Start Dates:
June 4, 2018
July 23, 2018
August 20, 2018
  • NB: We can arrange course dates to meet your requirements.

  • To book, find out more or to arrange an alternative date email us here.
    …or call us on 01286650217 or Mobile 07872565225

    Photos from Previous Courses


    The Classic Grade III scramble of Sentries Ridge, Mynnyd Mawr

    The Classic Grade III scramble of Sentries Ridge, Mynnyd Mawr

    Cresting the Dolmen Ridge, Grade III, ogwen valley

    Cresting the Dolmen Ridge, Grade III, ogwen valley

    Simon Lake on the Crib Y Drygsl, heading back down towards Crib Coch. As part of the gobsmacking Cwm Glas Horseshoe. It's always good the grab a day in the hills with the conditions as good as this.

    Simon Lake on the Crib Y Drygsl, heading back down towards Crib Coch. As part of the gobsmacking Cwm Glas Horseshoe. It's always good the grab a day in the hills with the conditions as good as this.

    The Classic Grade III scramble of Sentries Ridge, Mynnyd Mawr

    The Classic Grade III scramble of Sentries Ridge, Mynnyd Mawr

    Summit of Snowdon and the top of the Llanberis Path

    Summit of Snowdon and the top of the Llanberis Path

    The classic scrambling ridge of Crib Coch in perfect conditions. Not a place for beginner or novice hillwalkers.

    The classic scrambling ridge of Crib Coch in perfect conditions. Not a place for beginner or novice hillwalkers.

    Looking down the crux section of the Dolmen Ridge a classic Grade III scramble, in the ogwen valley.

    Looking down the crux section of the Dolmen Ridge a classic Grade III scramble, in the ogwen valley.