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Visiting Snowdonia

Cader Idris from Foel Caerynwch


Signage Guide


  • Signpost with a yellow chevron and an image of a person
  • Yellow arrowed waymarkers
  • Yellow topped posts


  • Bicycles
  • Horses
  • Non-motorised vehicles
  • Motor vehicles


* Under the Countryside Act 1968 bridleways are available to both horse riders and cyclists (including e-bikes) but cyclists must give way to both pedestrians and horse riders by law.

  • Signpost with a blue chevron and an image of a horse and rider
  • Blue arrowed waymarkers
  • Blue topped posts


  • Non-motorised vehicles such as horse drawn carriages or carts
  • Any motor vehicles (car, motorcycle, or any other mechanically propelled vehicle).

Restricted Byway

  • Signpost with a purple chevron and an image of a horse and carriage
  • Purple arrowed waymarkers
  • Purple topped posts


  • Motor vehicles

Byway Open To All Traffic (BOAT)

  • Signpost with a red Chevron and 'Cilffordd' - 'Byway' wording
  • Red arrowed waymarkers
  • Red topped posts

Permissive Path

  • White arrowed waymarkers
  • White topped posts

Header image - Morfa Harlech (© Crown copyright (2014) Visit Wales)