Walking in Snowdonia
Leave your car in our car park and enjoy a different walk every day. Serious walkers can explore the Rhinogs behind the house – some of the most challenging and wild walking in the whole of Wales.
Why not take the bus from the bottom of the road to Dolgellau and follow in Julia Bradbury’s footsteps on the fabulously scenic (and flat!) walk along the old railway line? One of the most memorable walks in Britain and the very essence of this area – ‘Snowdonia mountains and coast’.
The Panorama Walk passes our front door and is an easy 40-minute walk from here. Explore the Cregennan Lakes, the Blue Lake or walk amongst the hills where Welsh gold was mined until relatively recently.
Or take your car and within a dozen miles enjoy the challenge of Cadair Idris, the stunning Precipice Walk or the Roman Steps. There’s something for everyone and all abilities, and at the end of the day there’s a friendly welcome and that view to relax in front of….
www.MaddachTrail.co.uk - The beautiful Barmouth - Dolgellau 'Railway Walk' and cycle way.
www.MawddachWay.co.uk - Mawddach Way - A 50km circular footpath walk around the Mawddach Estuary.
As you enter Barmouth on the A496 from Dolgellau Panorama Road is the first road on the right and is off a sharp left hand bend. It climbs steeply with two hairpin bends as it runs around the Bae Abermaw hotel. Bryn Melyn will then come into view above the road to the left. Ignore the car park entrance and go straight past it, up the hill about 100 yards. Turn round at the next junction before coming back down the hill into our car park.
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