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Llandudno Area Walks


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Fancy a walk from town? Here are three circular walks, from urban areas to beautiful and historical countryside locations in a short space of time.
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Little Orme

The smaller limestone headland to the side of Llandudno Bay with stories of quarrying, an early printing press and bronze age finds.

What kind of walk is it?

  • Paths: Flat, uneven, steep in places and close to some cliff edges. Surfaced tracks, pavement, grass and rocks. Some kissing gates
  • Distance: 5.1km, 3.2miles
  • Dogs: Dogs should be kept under control, or on a lead; sheep and goats graze freely on the headland
  • Walk grading: Easy / moderate
  • Map: If you want to purchase a map that covers this route, you will need the Explorer OL17. You can visit the Ordnance Survey website for more information or to purchase your map, or alternatively, these maps are widely available to purchase on the high street. You can download a route card for this walk below, but we always suggest you take an OS map in addition to any leaflet

Nant y Gamar:

A beautiful area of limestome grassland noted for the Juniper that grows there. Discover an old quarry, woodlands and the location of an old maze.

What kind of walk is it?

  • Paths: Gradual climbs through woodland and over limestone grassland. A fairly steep, grassy path downhill. Pavements, grass, woodland with some uneven ground. Kissing gates. One stone stile near the start of the walk.
  • Distance: 5.9km, 3.7 miles
  • Dogs: Dogs should be kept under control, or on a lead; sheep and goats graze freely on the headland
  • Walk grading: Easy / moderate
  • Map: If you want to purchase a map that covers this route, you will need the Explorer OL17. You can visit the Ordnance Survey website for more information or to purchase your map, or alternatively, these maps are widely available to purchase on the high street. You can download a route card for this walk below, but we always suggest you take an OS map in addition to any leaflet

Llanrhos and Deganwy:

Let you imagination run as you approach the ruins of Deganwy Castle.

What kind of walk is it?

  • Paths: Some gradual slopes and uneven ground. Pavement, grass, surfaced tracks. Can be muddy depending on the weather. Stiles and gates
  • Distance: 3.6km, 2.2 miles
  • Dogs: Dogs should be kept under control, or on a lead; sheep and goats graze freely on the headland
  • Walk grading: Easy
  • Map: If you want to purchase a map that covers this route, you will need the Explorer OL17. You can visit the Ordnance Survey website for more information or to purchase your map, or alternatively, these maps are widely available to purchase on the high street. You can download a route card for this walk below, but we always suggest you take an OS map in addition to any leaflet

How do I get there?

Little Orme:

  • By train: There is a stop at Llandudno. Phone: 0845 7484950 www.nationalrail.co.uk
  • By bus: Phone: Traveline Cymru 0871 200 22 33. www.travelinecymru.info  
  • By car: From Junction 19 on the A55 take the A470 for Llandudno. Take the turning for Queens Road into Craig y Don

Nant y Gamar:

  • By train: There is a stop at Llandudno. Phone: 0845 7484950 www.nationalrail.co.uk
  • By bus: Phone: Traveline Cymru 0871 200 22 33. www.travelinecymru.info  
  • By car: From Junction 19 on the A55 take the A470 for Llandudno. Take the turning for Queens Road into Craig y Don

Llanrhos and Deganwy:

  • By train: There is a stop at Deganwy (this a request stop). Phone: 0845 7484950 www.nationalrail.co.uk
  • By bus: Phone: Traveline Cymru 0871 200 22 33. www.travelinecymru.info
  • By car: From Junction 19 on the A55 take the A470 for Llandudno. Take the turning for Llanrhos and Deganwy

Be prepared!

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