Conwy and Groesffordd

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This short walk to the south of Conwy has excellent views of Snowdonia at one point and takes you across pleasant pastures for the most part, with some stretches of narrow lanes. The climbs are not steep apart from the first, very short one. It leaves plenty of time in a day to explore Conwy itself and has lots of interest in its own right.

Wales - North Wales - Conwy - Snowdonia


Ancient Monument, Birds, Butterflies, Cafe, Castle, Church, Flowers, Food Shop, Gift Shop, Good for Kids, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Museum, Play Area, Pub, Public Transport, Restaurant, River, Sea, Stately Home, Tea Shop, Toilets, Wildlife
3/20/2017 - Jim Grindle

19/3/2017 I have just repeated this walk and would like to point out a couple of features that are, hopefully, temporary. (1) Waypoint 3: a storm has brought a tree down across the stile but without damaging it. While you can still cross it, your rucksack will have to be taken off. (2) Waypoint 18: the narrow and enclosed path is particularly muddy and unavoidable. Just be prepared and grit your teeth - it doesn't last long. Jim Grindle.

3/13/2011 - michael whiteside

An excellent short walk away from the mountains, although somewhat steeper in parts than than led to believe! Directions spot on so thanks Jim.

6/30/2009 - Gary Crossley

28/06/09. Excellent short walk with plenty of interest along the way. Gives a different view of Conwy and also explores some quieter areas of the valley. Compliments to the author! Gary