Pont Rhyd Sarn - Gorge Afon Goedol - Dduallt Station - Afon Dwyryd - Pont Rhyd Sarn

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The climbing is done in the beginning and can be awkward as the stones may be wet. However, the gorge of the Afon Goedol is lovely and the views and toposcope near Dduallt Station are worth the climb. The area is rich in wildlife; as well as the normal woodland birds you can expect to see pied flycatchers and the more rare redstart.

Wales - North Wales - Caernarfonshire - Snowdonia


Birds, Butterflies, Flowers, Great Views, Lake/Loch, Mountains, River, Waterfall, Wildlife, Woodland
8/17/2018 - Helen Stern

Lovely walk. Varied, as mentioned. Missed the turning to the station. Not sure if it was unclear or us being careless. The way back along a very quiet road was less interesting than the first half of the walk but lots of blackberries to pick. All in all would recommend it.

9/11/2012 - Anthony Forman

This was our first walk during our Welsh holiday and it was very enjoyable indeed. Our 7 month old springer spaniel loved it too and she found it a doddle. We parked on the A496 by a house by one of the entrances to the park and the route was simple to follow. The first part is mainly uphill but you get some stunning views along the way and a great sense of being part of the great outdoors safe in the knowledge that your dog can roam off the lead without any problems. We ensured she was on the lead during parts where sheep were roaming. The old Dduallt station was fab and if you're lucky enough to see the steam train come by then that's great too. The last mile and a bit is a bit dull but its a safe journey back to the car.