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Examples of my most popular routes include...
Cwm Bychan – A straightforward hill walk on mostly excellent paths, offering spectacularly panoramic views for only a modicum of effort. 10kms with 260m of ascent. Stretch.
Cwm Orthin – A gloriously scenic hidden gem which brings to life the breathtaking engineering of the slate miners of Ffestiniog. 10kms with 300m of ascent. Stretch.
Classic Glyders – A classic circuit around the Glyders, including the Devil’s Kitchen, Castle of the Winds, and the Cantilever Stone. 12kms with 770m of ascent. Strenuous.
Classic Snowdon – Up the Pyg Track and down the Miners’ Path: the classic route up the highest mountain in Britain south of Scotland. 14kms with 770m of ascent. Strenuous.
Classic Cadair Idris – The Pony Path is the classic route up the northern side of Cadair Idris, with fabulous views all the way. 10kms with 700m of ascent. Strenuous.
Stroll – A straightforward walk of less than 10kms, mostly on good paths.
Stretch – Mainly between 10kms and 15kms, these walks are slightly more demanding and may include short, steep climbs or sections of rough terrain.
Strenuous – Full-on hill-walking with long or steep climbs, sometimes on difficult terrain.