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May is National Walking Month

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May is National Walking Month

Conwy County Borough Council is highlighting National Walking Month and the variety of walks and trails that are available across the County.

Conwy’s beautiful and varied countryside, parks and the coast are great places to enjoy walking.

Take on the Bryn Euryn Nature Reserve Summit trail in Rhos on Sea which includes some steep climbs to panoramic views. Or try the not so steep woodland trail for some excellent nature spotting. Around the Great Orme in Llandudno there are two Historical Trail routes which can be joined together for a longer walk, or enjoy a circuit around Marine Drive, suitable for mobility scooters and pushchairs.

For some historical discoveries, the Pensychnant Uplands walk off the Sychnant Pass includes stone circles, cairns and hafotai (summer houses).

There’s lots of inspiration for walks on the Council’s website including information, maps and trails:

Cllr Goronwy Edwards, Conwy’s Cabinet Member with responsibility for Open Spaces, said “We want everyone to be able to enjoy walking in Conwy’s outdoors. So remember, when you’re out and about, follow the Countryside Code and be considerate of others. If you’re out with your dog keep it under effective control to make sure it stays away from wildlife, livestock, horses and other people. And help to keep Conwy County beautiful – take your rubbish home with you.”

Information about the Countryside Code:

Posted on 15/05/2024

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