Private guided walking in  Snowdonia.

Snowdon, the Berwyns and Wales.

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Snowdonia, Berwyns and Snowdon.

I love places off the main track, the less visited mountains and hills on which to find peace, isolation and beauty.

The Berwyns, on the eastern range of Snowdonia are my 'local' mountains and offer this and more, with untouched valleys where you can imagine time has forgot.

Further west, the Snowdonia National Park with its mountains of the Carneddau in the north and Cadair Idris and the Arans in the south, all give you superb walking options away from the crowds.

In my local mountains:

  1. "Berwyns". Cadair Berwyn and Moel Sych are an easy drive if you are staying in Shrewsbury and offer lovely walking. The classic start point is at the water fall at Pistyll Rhaeadr.  
  2. A second option is a circular the walk over the tops to LLangynog and back,  stopping off for lunch at one of the pubs. 
  3. The Tanat Valley feels like stepping back in time, even more so the Pennant Valley with it's historic chappel, and untouched landscapes. An easy walk from LLangynog there are some special and rarely walked routes to explore.   



Is it for me?

Of course. I can optimise the route and timings to suit you.   


Where and when?

Depends on you. 


What do I need to bring?

Your usual out door gear should be fine, walking trousers, waterproof jacket, waterproofs in case of rain, A pack for water and snacks. Sun glasses, sunscreen, extra fleece, gloves and appropriate footware (boots, trail shoes etc.).