The 4000 year old Maen Llwyd is a standing stone in Machynlleth, right at the start of the trail. Now surrounded by houses, it is left in a small green. All around you can see the surrounding hills and imagine what a central point of valley life it must have been in Neolithic Britain. Continue reading Maen Llwyd in Machynlleth
Thanks to Adventure Travel magazine for featuring a review of the Snowdonia Way guidebook. It’s nice to be considered an adventurous route, but don’t let that put you off if you want something peaceful and easy! We definitely fill that box too! 😉 Adventure Travel – June 2017 Continue reading We’re in Adventure Travel magazine!
The Menai Straight and Anglesey from the Carneddau on Stage 6A (the final stage of the mountain route). When you’re here look out for wild ponies! Continue reading The Menai Straight and Anglesey
We’re happy to announce that the Way is now featured as an official long distance walk on the famous Long Distance Walkers’ Association website. You can find the entry here, where their website also allows you to easily find and book accommodation along the route, at well as zoom in on a map showing the … Continue reading Snowdonia Way featured on LDWA Website
The track down to Capel Curig from the flanks of Moel Siabod, on route from Dolwyddelan to Bethesda (Stage 5). Continue reading The track down to Capel Curig
From Stage 3A (mountain route) looking down from Moel Ysgyfarnogod past the crags of Foel Penolau into the Vale of Ffestiniog. Continue reading Foel Penolau and the Vale of Ffestiniog
Great to see the guidebook on sale in the Moel Siabod cafe in Capel Curig. On the route you walk right past it! Continue reading On sale in the Moel Siabod cafe!
Tryfan Williams has interviewed Alex about the Snowdonia Way and it’s now live on Mud & Routes, an excellent walkers’ website with a great selection of free routes, articles and photos. Check out the interview here: http://www.mudandroutes.com/snowdonia-way-guidebook-interview-alex-kendall/ Continue reading Interview on Mud & Routes
Thanks to Betws-y-Coed tourism for adding the Snowdonia Way to the Walks section of their website. Betws-y-Coed lies just off the Snowdonia Way, but is an excellent place to stay if you’re walking the route, or just visiting the National Park. It’s easy to get to from Conwy, Dolwyddelan and Capel Curig. Have a look … Continue reading Now on the Betws-y-Coed website!
This is Newborough beach on the Isle of Anglesey, the perfect place to grab the North Wales sunshine even when it’s raining on the mountains. Why not head here after you’ve finished walking the trail! Continue reading Relax on Anglesey