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Rhosneigr Circular Walk is a 2.2 mile loop trail located near Rhosneigr, Ynys Môn, Wales that features a lake and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips.

Length 2.2 mi Elevation gain 104 ft Route type Loop
Kid friendly Hiking Nature trips Walking Beach Lake River Wild flowers
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Getting There

A circular walk around Llyn Maelog Lake and Traeth Llydan Beach. Mainly flat with some minor rocky outcrops which makes for a pleasant walk of 60/90 minutes. (not suitable for pushchairs). A variety of birds can be seen on the lake therefore binoculars and cameras are recommended. A long stretch of beach provides an ideal opportunity for some beach combing. The paths are well defined and easy to follow. One short area has grazing horses and donkeys with signs warning that dogs must be on leads in this section. The donkeys are friendly with humans but apparently not with dogs. RAF Valley is just to the west but there is no guarantee that Prince William will be seen on the walk.

Take the A55 across Anglesey and turn left on the A4080 to Rhosneigr. Off road parking is available on the left as you enter Rhosneigr. (the first left after the Oystercatcher Restaurant and just before the houses).

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Peter Merricks
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Nice short walk. Muddy in places.

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Jason Mullock
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Christine Simms
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