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Autumn Activities in North Wales
 

Autumn Activities in North Wales

With the summer months behind us, now is the time to look forward to sunny autumn mornings, beautiful forest walks, and snuggling up

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walking, snowdon
 

Free family days out for autumn: the best things to do in North Wales

How to have a great family day out in North Wales without spending any money (if you can resist the ice cream that is).

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What To Do In Southern Snowdonia
 

What To Do In Southern Snowdonia

Southern Snowdonia has some real hidden gems which can sometimes be overlooked. Here is our guide on what to do in Southern Snowdonia.

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BARMOUTH WALKING FESTIVAL 2017
 

BARMOUTH WALKING FESTIVAL 2017

It’s that time of year again and we are on count down to the Barmouth Walking Festival 2017. This year, it runs for 10 days from Saturday 16th – 25th September. With nearly 40 walks to choose from, the festival is set on the coastal town of Barmouth in Snowdonia. Perfectly placed to experience the Mawddach Estuary, Rhinog Mountains and the Cadr Idris range, the festival was set up to help those wanting to explore the area in the company of experienced guides. Walks are graded depending on their difficulty, varying between A++ for experienced walkers, A-Hard, B-Moderate and C easier, ensuring there is something for everyone. This year sees the introduction of eleven new walks, including two ‘super walks’ which involve a 21 miles trip along both sides of the mawddach estuary and an 18 mile trip round mawddach. You pay per walk; 1 walk costs £8.50, but if you want to make a week…

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