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Taith Ardudwy Way

Station crossing the Main Road, Barmouth, Wales
+44 1341 280787
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ESCAPE THE HUSTLE AND BUSTLE OF THE TOWNS.

Get your boots on and enjoy the fresh Welsh mountain air, the smell of nature and the myriad hues... read more

Reviewed 30 September 2016
iorwerth e
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Sax, Spain
Great path between mountains and sea

The path offers excellent views of the coast and of the mountain ranges. The signposting is in... read more

Reviewed 12 June 2016
Sondra K
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Berlin, Germany
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Station crossing the Main Road, Barmouth, Wales
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Reviewed 30 September 2016

Get your boots on and enjoy the fresh Welsh mountain air, the smell of nature and the myriad hues of green that adorn the hillsides above the coastal towns. The trails are well-marked, it's difficult to get lost. Over the years, I've done them all...More

1  Thank iorwerth e
Reviewed 12 June 2016

The path offers excellent views of the coast and of the mountain ranges. The signposting is in parts a bit weak, therefore, a good map is inevitable.It can be subdived in several legs as public transport running parallel to the path is quiet good. All...More

Thank Sondra K
Reviewed 7 April 2016 via mobile

The hills above Talybont provide peace and quiet, well away from the hussle and bustle of the city. The Ardudwy Way is well signposted, and simple to follow. Be aware that some of the path is boggy, so make sure you have waterproof footware. The...More

Thank Alastair P
Reviewed 11 August 2015

Started the southern section from Barmouth to tal y bout, steep climb for the first two miles , but worth it for the amazing views. Well signposted , so you won't get lost. Once the see is out of view , your in snowdonian wilderness....More

1  Thank Matt G
Reviewed 29 June 2015

I walked the southern section from Tal y bont to Barmouth This is about 8 miles in length with 1800 feet of ascent and descent. It was high-quality walking all the way. The highlight was the arrival at the pass at Bwlch y Rhiwgr, where...More

1  Thank IanCLondon
Reviewed 29 May 2015

Left car in Llandecwyn, taking the train to Barmouth. Completed in two days with B & B roughly half-way. Spectacular. Could not believe that I saw no-one in the 2 days who was doing the same as I as the route lends itself to a...More

1  Thank ieuan d
Reviewed 19 May 2015

This amazing trail connects Llandecwyn, (across the estuary from Portmeirion), with Barmouth, breaking down into 3 manageable walks, each suitable for a day's hiking. Lying between the Wales Coast Path and the extremes of the Cambrian Way the Taith Ardudwy occupies that middle ground -...More

1  Thank brynmelyndavid
Reviewed 14 April 2015

The Taith Ardudwy Way website is a little unclear as to the length of the walk, so are most of the online reviews that I have seen so all I will say is prepare thoroughly, come properly equipped and enjoy! The route runs from Llandecwyn...More

Thank Jeremy B
Reviewed 3 July 2014

This walk is an absolute delight, encompassing varied terrain and stunning views. Each section is a beautiful walk in its own right but combined it is 24 miles of peace and tranquility and provides a complete cross section of the beauty of Wales. Why there...More

3  Thank jandj50
Reviewed 1 July 2014

A well signed and interesting path through the most beautiful countryside you can imagine. Can't wait to go again

3  Thank ceilwart
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