Explore the most popular Hiking trails in Conwy with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
3 days ago

Spectacular sites and easy trail to follow. Would definitely recommend.

hiking
4 days ago

Easy Trail. Parked near Glyn Farm Caravans in Trefriw. Mostly on tarmac roads- single track. I came off the road in the way down to add a bit of variety. As long as you follow the river you’ll get back to the village fine. Even on a grey wet day it was a pleasant walk. Shallow incline.

hiking
4 days ago

Good trail with fantastic views when you reach the peak. I would recommend this to anyone as the track is easy to find and stick to.

beautifull

such a beautiful place.

hiking
muddy
scramble
snow
11 days ago

The Carnedd Dafydd-Llewelyn traverse offers fantastic views of Snowdonia. We went slightly off-piste during our ascent and found it was very muddy and boggy. This section was short and quite possibly avoidable though and was followed by an excellent scramble up. Towards the top there was a small amount of snow with some deeper drifts. The ascent was moderate to easy. Not another person in sight.

hiking
scramble
snow
19 days ago

Terrific walk

walking
6 months ago

Enjoyed this walk today with my family and dog.
Pouring with rain but still scenic and photogenic.
Saw a family with a pushchair - gives you an idea of the suitability of this walk. Mainly uphill out and of of course downhill on the return.
Car park at the bottom is £2 for the day. (Aug 18)

Lovely walk with stunning water falls at the end

Fantastic hike, agree with prior comments that locating the trail in poor visibility is tough.

Family friendly. Kids enjoyed it.

I’ve climbed Tryfan’s North Ridge several times and it’s one of my favourite routes anywhere. It’s a scramble up a mountain rather than a walk and compared to other AllTrails walks I’ve done graded as ‘moderate’ it’s well at the top of that description. The rapid ascent will give you a workout and the views are fantastic on a clear day. Route finding- although you’re heading for the summit so, in principle, just keep going up, there are many ways to the top and you need to watch out for parts that are quite exposed or gullies that end in unclimbable rock walls. I usually go for maximum scrambling and there are plenty of challenges that for me are on the verge of needing a rope. In inclement weather the rock can be much more slippery.

I really enjoyed this and did it within 3 hours. Head for Australia lake (as it's shaped) and follow the path up. It gets quite loose near the top. Reach the style on the wall but don't go over it. Instead turn left and follow the wall, always stay this side of the wall. Where the path hits the final ascent it is not terribly clear but just look for where the rocks are discoloured slightly from other users and follow them. You will need to scramble/climb this last section but I wouldn't call it dangerous. Say hello to Adam and Eve at the top!

This walk is absolutely stunning. Beautiful views at all points of the walk (as you can probably imagine), if you're not caught in a cloud! The Crib Lem spur is a great way to ascend Carnedd dafydd, it is a grade one scramble which is very exposed.

Great place, crazy rock formations but care needed in poor visibility, very easy to lose the trail.

mountain biking
9 months ago

Brilliant trail, single-track descents are awesome. Fire road climbs.

I have run from Llanfairfechain to Aber Falls and back and it was one of the best trail runs I’ve done. 10 miles in total, followed by fish and chips in the cafe on the front at Llanfairfechain. Really good day out!!

hiking
Saturday, December 02, 2017

I have done this hike several times. I climb the hill up to Pen Yr Helga-Du, and then drop down to the ridge above Lake Ftynnon Llugwy. Great walk, but even better if you trail run...love it

hiking
Monday, August 28, 2017

Family friendly hike to falls which are quite unexpectedly beautiful. Yet to try extensions including loop to Llanfairfechan. Also hear the flapjack from cafe in Aber is to die for.

hiking
13 days ago

hiking
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walking
20 days ago

walking
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