What’s great about these leisure walks is that they are all on the flat and cover easy ground with little or no gradient. You can either walk part of the route or complete the whole trail–it’s entirely up to you. With the exception of the Mawddach Trail, all these easy leisure walks can be completed within a few hours leaving you free to explore the Snowdonia National Park at your leisure. Comfortable waking shoes are recommended.
Dyffryn Maentwrog and Llyn Mair footpaths - Leisurely Walk
The Dyffryn Maentwrog & Llyn Mair footpath network is extensive and includes over 30km of paths. The network was established for your enjoyment in 1989 by a partnership of local landowners and the numbered posts at path junctions will help you to find exactly where you are on the map.
Distance: Footpath network of over 30km in total« more details
Coed Graigddu - Leisurely Walk
The shorter of two walks in the area, this circular walk passes through quiet forest tracks. You will pass the small but picturesque Pistyll Gwyn waterfall and see some spectacular views of southern Snowdonia on your way. The terrain at times can be a bit steep, so make sure you wear appropriate footwear.
Distance: 3 miles - 5 km (circular walk)« more details
Craig y Fron, Y Bala - Leisurely Walk
The Snowdonia National Park conjures up images of craggy mountain scenes, but this walk will show you the gentler, greener aspect of the area. This is a fairly easy walk, which involves a steady climb at the outset, then leveling out for a gradual descent across grazing land.
Distance: About 3 miles - 4.5 Km« more details
Lôn Gwyrfai, Rhyd Ddu - Leisurely Walk
This is a multi-use 4½ mile recreational path created especially for walkers, cyclists and horse riders. The path leads through a variety of landscapes offering fantastic views of the Gwyrfai Valley and the surrounding area including stunning views of Snowdon.
Distance: 4½ miles - 7 km« more details