Porth Swtan to Ynys y Fydlyn and Mynydd y Garn

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This is a route which begins on the cliffs on Anglesey's north-west coast. This area is good for seeing seals and birds such as choughs, which are relatively common in this region. Later, the walk heads inland and takes in Mynydd y Garn, one of Anglesey's best viewpoints.

Wales - North Wales - Anglesey - Coast

Features

Birds, Church, Great Views, National Trust, Sea, Toilets, Wildlife
07/05/2017 - Peter Marshall

Point 3 is irrelevant as the path has been re-fenced and this stile is no longer present. Point 10 is no longer valid as the pond has been fenced off and there is no longer a path through to Pen Craig Farm. We went back to the road and walked to Porth Swtan along the road missing out Point 11 altogether