Thanks to the Long Distance Walkers Association (LDWA) for reviewing the guidebook to the Snowdonia Way in their magazine ‘Strider’. ‘…constant, mouthwatering insights of the journey,’ You can see the review here: Don’t forget the LDWA also have the Snowdonia Way (main and mountain routes) featured on their website. Continue reading Review in LDWA Magazine
Carol and Jim Watson have recently completed the Snowdonia Way and wrote up a trip report for Cicerone, which has been published on their website. Our favourite quote is definitely ‘It did not take us long to realise that this was a route that begged to be followed‘! They had a mix of weather, split … Continue reading Trail Review
Come along on May 11th to hear Alex talk about the creation of the guidebook to The Snowdonia Way, at the Cicerone Press office in Kendal, all as part of the Kendal Walking festival 2018. Cicerone say : “Alex will give some insight into his experiences in creating a brand new trail – The Snowdonia … Continue reading Free Talk at Kendal Walking Festival
We just found out some keen Snowdonia Way walkers have been updating the internet about their journey along the Way via Instagram, using the hashtag #snowdoniaway. Check out some of the recent photos and videos HERE. Next time you’re out and about on the Snowdonia Way why not get involved! There are some brilliant photos … Continue reading #snowdoniaway on Instagram
One village you’ll definitely need to pay a visit to on your travels in Snowdonia is Llanberis. Though not on the Snowdonia Way, there are some excellent walking routes nearby (and cafés!). Here are a few photos from a wander round Llyn Padarn – a great place to explore, perhaps if you want a day … Continue reading A trip to Llanberis
This is the breathtaking view you’ll get of the Vale of Ffestiniog if you do a short detour into the woods during Stage 3 just outside Penrhyndeudraeth. We think it’s worth it. Bring on summer! Continue reading The Vale of Ffestiniog from Coed Llyn y Garnedd
Spring is on the way, so we wanted to show you Moel Siabod in the hope that it’ll excite you enough to add the Snowdonia Way to your walking plans for 2018. Now is the perfect time to get planning! Continue reading Moel Siabod from Capel Curig
Thank you to everyone who came along on Saturday night to the talk about the Snowdonia Way at the Moel Siabod Cafe in Capel Curig. It was great to see around 35 people there for the evening, and I hope you found it interesting and entertaining! Hopefully some of you were inspired to walk the … Continue reading Talk raises £272 for local charities
There’s still time to plan to come to the presentation and talk about the creation and the inspiration behind the Snowdonia Way, on Saturday 6th January 8pm-10pm. It’s at the Moel Siabod Cafe, and food is served until 7pm. Entry is £8, to be split between two local charities. The Moel Siabod Cafe is in … Continue reading Snowdonia Way Talk Tomorrow Evening!
Tonight, between 21 and 22 December, is the longest night of the year, and officially the first day of winter. Which means tomorrow the days start getting longer. What better way to mark the occasion than to get out for a walk, and to start making plans for the new year! We think the Snowdonia … Continue reading Happy Winter Solstice!