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Mawddach Valley - Arthog Bog
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Well maintained path, busy even outside of holiday periods. Could do with a couple more dog poo bins, but the paths were clear, very accessible to all and the views as you walk along were lovely.

Thank Kate T
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Reviewed 30 April 2017 via mobile

We joined the path near the toll bridge to Barmouth (not the viaduct) and walked from there into Barmouth.
The walk was around 6.5 miles (according to fitbit) and is completely flat with stunning views across thd estuary. Suitable for bikes and walkers.
We took our water loving dogs with us who were in and out of the water all the way.
Just be aware if you've got dogs that won't stay out of the water, some parts of thd estuary are very steep sided and most dogs would struggle to get out.
The only way this walk could be improved would be if there were a loo half way along the route.....
There are plenty of dog friendly places to eat in Barmouth and a pub near the toll bridge.

Thank spookytookey
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Reviewed 18 February 2017

Good for spotting grass snakes in the summer, nice views and there are lots interesting birds. Good spot for a picnic. managed to see a dragonfly and a mayfly.

Thank wrightjw1
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Reviewed 8 August 2015

We crossed the toll bridge and parked alongside the RPB. The walk went along the estuary and it was flat and easy. Many people choose to cycle along the pathway. There were numerous birds to be seen on the estuary and binoculars are a must. There are picnic tables dotted around and chances to leave the main trail with an ascent to view the mountains and the estuary. Some information boards give the local history as well as commenting on the flora and fauna. There are toilets marked on the trail. I suggest that you should bring a picnic as there are no cafes ,although there is a pub by the toll bridge.

Thank Janet P
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Reviewed 30 April 2015 via mobile

This walk through Arthog Bog - an area of scientific interest, and an RSPB site - has had a major overhaul . The land has been cleared , a lot of trees felled and the path really nicely improved . In my opinion I think this is vast improvement and well worth a stroll and perhaps rest for a while on the benches provided . Superb .

Thank Trevor2407
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