A nice, easy dog friendly walk through glorious countryside leads to the incredible Aber Falls in Conwy. Stop for a paddle and a picnic at the bridge…..
Visiting the peak of Mount Snowdon, the highest peak in Wales, is achievable no matter what your fitness level. For those who don’t fancy a three hour walk, the train is always an option. There are so many routes up Snowdon – the easiest being the Snowdon Ranger Path, the most difficult and treacherous being the Crib Goch option!
There are so many beautiful places to visit in North Wales. Nant Gwertheyrn is a Welsh language & heritage centre, set in the most stunning location with breathtaking scenery…..
The Dingle is a stunning, dog friendly walk you can enjoy, easy to find, easy to park the car, easy to lose an afternoon!
The South Stack Cliffs Reserve offers the most incredible scenery, an amazing mix of birds you can observe in their natural habitat, and some stunning walks!
A lovely walk around Beddgelert, combining Gerlert’s Grave, the rivers & the village itself. Stop for an ice cream, or take a picnic – there are plenty of scenic spots!
Plas Yn Rhiw countryside walk is pleasant, moderate walk taking somewhere in the region of 2 hours to complete. Along the way, you will find many historic sites including a buriel tomb and a baptist’s well.
This fabulous waterfall can be seen both from underneath and from on top, whichever takes your fancy & is Just ten minutes stroll from Llanberis. Along quiet lanes & woodland tracks, it is a lovely stroll for all the family and the cold, fresh water makes for the perfect drink along the way for the dogs.
A lovely short walk around Llanberis village through Coed Doctor / Doctor Woods Distance 1.8 miles 30 – 40 minutes Terrain – A mixture of path & lanes. Some steps & gentle hilly lanes Calories burned – average of 140 cals Start from the High St in Llanberis and walk towards the end of […]