Aber Falls, Abergwyngregyn

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…..

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Mount Snowdon, Snowdonia

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!

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Ceunant Mawr Waterfall, Llanberis

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.

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Coed Doctor Woods – Llanberis

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 […]

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