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Walking near Llwyndu Farmhouse
The region around Barmouth is really a walker's dream. It has walks for all abilities. We are situated on the Ardudwy coast, and the Rhinogs, or Rhinogau in Welsh , extend from Barmouth northwards towards Harlech and beyond. Inland from Barmouth we have the Mawddach Estuary flanked by fine ridge walks and the Mawwdach Trail along its southern bank using an old rail track. Cadair Idris is the nearest big top (2,930' or 893m) and is featured in the photo above

If you want to explore some of these walks before you come we have provided the links below so you can do this.

In September Barmouth hosts a walking festival and lays on many guided and self guided walks.

The Ardudwy Way 24 miles divided into three sections. Public transport available
The Mawddach Trail 9.5 miles. Glorious level amble along the old rail

way line on the south bank of the Mawddach Estuary.

Panorama Walk Details in the hotel. This is a short walk to marvellous viewpoints over Barmouth and the Mawddach Estuary.
Clogau Walk - Bontddu A short circular walk that takes in some of the old Clogau mine workings.
Abergwynant Woods A small circular walk part Mawddach Trail and the second half of the circular walk in these enchanting woods.
Arthog Walking Just across Barmouth Bridge is a favourite walk , but fierly steep, up to the Cregennan Lakes
Cader Idris - Pony Path -Ty Nant There are three main routes up to the top of Cadair Idris
Cader Idris - Minffordd Path
Cader Idris - Llanfihangel y Pennant Path
Precipice Walk - Dolgellau This is one of the favourite walks in the area. Not too taxing and giving wonderful views.
Torrent Walk - Dolgellau
Dol Idris - Dolgellau A very short stroll (1254m) which is also the start of the Minffordd Path above.
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Peter & Paula Thompson
Llwyndu Farmhouse
Llanaber
Barmouth
Gwynedd LL42 1RR
intouch@llwyndu-farmhouse.co.uk
Walkers & bikers welcome
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