Cycling is one of the best ways of getting to see Conwy's superb coastline and wonderful attractions, whilst also staying healthy and helping the environment.
The majority of routes in this area are traffic-free paths, providing ideal opportunities for new and novice cyclists as well as committed enthusiasts. Most of the routes also provide excellent facilities for walkers, wheelchair or mobility buggy users.
The National Cycle Network along the North Wales Coast (National Route 5) Links Rhyl, Kinmel Bay, Abergele, Colwyn Bay, Rhos on Sea, Llandudno and Conwy.
Linking Llandudno's West Shore to Deganwy and Conwy is the 'Conwy Estuary Trail' that provides stunning views of the Conwy river and the World Heritage Site of Conwy Castle as a backdrop. This route also provides a link to the RSPB Reserve in Llandudno Junction.
National Route 5 extends westwards from Conwy to the seaside towns of Penmaenmawr and Llandfairfechan. Continuing along this route will take you to the City of and Bangor.