Following a disused railway along the dramatic Mawddach estuary, the Mawddach Trail is a much celebrated cycle route linking the market town of Dolgellau to the bustling seaside town of Barmouth.
The RAC Boulders are one of the most well-used bouldering venues in the area. Not only is the climbing superb, but these roadside boulders are blessed with a gloriously sunny aspect, solid rock and friendly landings.
Llandegla is widely acknowledged as a prime destination for bikers of all abilities and ages keen to develop and test their skills. The trails range from leafy tracks to gnarly singletracks with big drops.
For a great introduction to mountain walking Mynydd Mawr is hard to beat. The easiest approach is from Fron, climbing up the broad ridge overlooking Cwm Du gives access to an atmospheric summit with a stunning 360 degree view.
The Daer Ddu ridge of Moel Siabod is a delightful grade 1 scramble and a great introduction to the game of scrambling. The route gives plenty of interest throughout its length and has a nice sense of exposure.
The craggy coastline which runs from Rhoscolyn to Trearddur Bay gives one of the best sea kayaking trips on Anglesey. For first-timers the enclosed bay of Borthwen provides a sheltered and sunny haven.
GET OUT & GET INTO ADVENTURE!
Compact but mighty, North Wales packs a punch well above its’ weight. Begin your journey to North Wales here and experience a lifetime of adventures that are closer to you than you might think. For outdoor adventurers there are world class thrills to be discovered in abundance on high hills and spectacular ridges, rushing rivers, sweeping bike trails and wild mountain tracks.
Come to visit even if you have no need of thrills and excitement. Stroll on gentle paths along pristine coastal trails, relax on golden sandy beaches and dip your toes in crystal clear mountain streams. Bathed in the lush greens of springtime, the warmth of long summer days, the glow of autumn or the snowy brilliance of winter - you are welcome!