The North Wales Pilgrim’s Way is a route of 135 miles, from Basingwerk Abbey to Bardsey Island. The path links ancient churches dedicated to the saints of the 6th century. It overlaps with the North Wales Path above Conwy and Penmaenmawr.
This path is managed and maintained by North Wales Pilgrim’s Way volunteers.
What kind of walk is it?
- Terrain: variable from uneven uplands to flat coast paths
- Distance: The route is about 135 miles / 218 kilometres in total length, although it is easy to plan a shorter walk utilising part of the route
- Dogs: Dogs should be kept on a lead
- Refreshments: Available in local shops and pubs
- Walk grading: easy, moderate and strenuous depending on location, distance and terrain of the walk you choose
- Map: Visit the Pilgrim’s Way website for more information
How do I get there?
- By train: Phone: 0845 7484950. www.nationalrail.co.uk
- By bus: Phone: Traveline Cymru 0871 200 22 33. www.travelinecymru.info
- By car: Follow the A55 across North Wales. There are a number of car parks along the route. Please note that parking charges may apply in some of the car parks. Visit our parking page for information on pay and display car parks in Conwy county.