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Visiting Snowdonia

Warden Service


Gethin Corps

Area Warden (South)

I have been a warden for the Snowdonia National Park since 2006 following seven years as an estate worker in the Dolgellau area. As a warden, I promote the good working relationship between visitors, local residents and the agricultural community.

A large part of my work involves managing and developing the public rights of way network in my area.  Having been brought up in the area I now serve, I know most of the landowners, which comes in very handy in my day job. I am very proud to serve the community where I grew up and make the most of the leisure opportunities it has to offer such as walking and mountain biking. I also have a keen interest in nature and wildlife.

Gethin Corps, Area Warden (South)

Gethin Corps, Area Warden (South)

The area that I represent is diverse and includes a large section of coastline, the mouth of the Mawddach estuary and areas of mountainous terrain. The Mawddach trail, which runs along the old railway line from Dolgellau to Barmouth, is extremely popular with walkers and cyclists. Parts of the trail are also accessible to wheelchair users.  There is also a wooden path through the sand dunes at Traeth Benar, Morfa Dyffryn, parts of which are suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs.

Contact Details

Address: Snowdonia National Park Offices, Penrhyndeudraeth, Gwynedd. LL48 6LF

Telephone: 01341 422 878

Mobile: 07900 267512



The New Gate

Pony Path Gates

1 March 2017

A recent project to replace some of the old standard gates on the Pony Path with new hand-crafted gates that are more in-keeping with the traditional mountain gates.

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