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All reviews old railway railway bridge cycle ride mawddach trail flat walk george iii lovely walk picnic tables en route on foot great scenery approx miles beautiful estuary the main car park off road catch the bus hired bikes
Myself, my partner and our french bulldog are visiting snowdonia for the first time. We have been recommended to come here for a walk.
It was nice but nothing special, wouldn’t return. It’s just one straight path in the woods, not much to see!
A lovely mornings walk from Dolgellau to Barmouth on a beautiful sunny day.woods on one side and beach views on the other side. Easy walking on flat terrain. Lots of bikes also on the trail which meant keeping our dog on a lead.
Earlier this year my wife and I walked the Mawddach Trail for a happy reunion with a walk we have completed several times before.It is best to follow this walk in good conditions especially good visibility.
It is a great walk if you like walking...More
Got the bus from Dolgellau to Barmouth which took about half an hour. Easy walk and well signposted. We were quite fortunate with the weather and the wind blows inland off the sea. Definitely the best way round to do the walk. About 9 1/2...More
A wonderful place to walk or for a leisurely bike ride. Have done both over the years and enjoyed leisurely bike rides when our children were younger. Stop off at the George for a drink and enjoy the views. Visit the nereby RSPB.
Lovely day cycling along the trail. Easy going and off road so great for us with a 1 yo and dog. Good starting point for young children learning to ride as relatively flat and easy surfaces. Beautiful views too.
We stayed at the Slate Shed - Graig Wen so walked down te track from there to join the trail and walked West along the coast and then over the bridge to Barmouth where we had a super coffee and cake. Rather than follow the...More