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Great circular walk

Found a walk up here starting and finishing from the town centre in the pathfinder short walks in... read more

Reviewed yesterday
brenhell
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Nice steady walk

We parked in mount pleasant where you can park for 10 hours for £4.50 it is just up the road from... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Carol64W
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Walsall, United Kingdom
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Conwy, Wales
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Found a walk up here starting and finishing from the town centre in the pathfinder short walks in Snowdonia ( 5 miles) . Great views and lovely colours of mountain heather and gorse. The first part is a steep climb.

Thank brenhell
Reviewed 2 days ago

We parked in mount pleasant where you can park for 10 hours for £4.50 it is just up the road from the main centre where you can only park for 4 hours at the same price. start by walking through the archway and pass mount...More

Thank Carol64W
Reviewed 6 July 2017

My sister and I hiked from Dwygyfylchi to Conwy along the high pass, which took us over Conwy Mountain. It was a steep initial ascent, but once we were up the path was fairly level. Really lovely route to take on a cool, sunny day,...More

Thank midenianscholar
Reviewed 29 May 2017 via mobile

We walked the trail to the top. Strenuous for us at the beginning but the runners we saw were doing ok. Beautiful views of the town, the ocean, and over to Snowdonia. We started off of Mountain Rd which was less steep than from the...More

Thank debrick79
Reviewed 23 May 2017

I had found an AA walk up Conwy Mountain, called High Castle, Low Castle, we started our walk at the quay and continued towards the marina and soon asceneded Conwy Mountain. Not too steep and very pretty with fantastic views.

Thank JanK311
Reviewed 12 April 2017 via mobile

We have visited Conwy on numerous occasions and never been up the mountain. My wife's friend lives here and after she put her latest photos on we had to do it. Saying ot was our first visit it will not be the last only saw...More

1  Thank Jason L
Reviewed 29 January 2017 via mobile

Lovely walk with cracking scenery of the surrounding area. Good for families or couples, the terrain is good with some steep parts but nothing treacherous. We started the walk from mountain road. Really worth doing.

1  Thank Motisy
Reviewed 25 December 2016

To the west of Conway. A walk of 1.5 mile from Conway. Wild beautiful scenery. Several footpaths,great view from the top.

Thank JANETDENISE
Reviewed 11 November 2016 via mobile

Amazing Conway mountain. The start of a he walk was easy to find ask anyone. The views were amazing for very little effort. You could walk as little or far as you wanted. A lovely fresh winter walk- need to be wrapped up on a...More

Thank cycledi
Reviewed 6 November 2016

we walked from our Hotel (The Gladsdtone) over the mountain into Conwy (and back, about an 11 mile round trip), lovely walk with terific scenery. there is also some info plaques along the way about an oldhill fort.

Thank kevenhyde
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