We’ve created some great days out walking across North Wales, the Snowdonia National Park and along our beautiful North Wales coastline. We provide you with the freedom to explore on your own with agreed routes featuring starting and finishing locations and we transport you to and from the start and finish locations in the comfort and style of our executive touring vehicle. We also provide you with the relevant an orientation, maps, routes to follow and walk information, along with our rendezvous locations
We have a great choice of easy to moderate scenic walks with a variety of terrain from the coast, to the hills and mountains, around lakes and even to waterfalls. Of course the big one is more challenging and difficult – Mount Snowdon is breathtaking, but like any mountain, when you reach the summit you are rewarded with the most amazing 360° panorama.
If you are here for just a day you can enjoy the best of both worlds with a fabulous half day tour, combined with a scenic 2 to 3 hour walk, with a built in lunch stop at some great locations. Enjoy capturing some of the amazing historic sights of North Wales in the morning and a wonderful refreshing scenic walk in the afternoon.
Our walking tours are flexible for you to chooses whether you take a scenic walk in the morning or the afternoon or you can combine two walks in one day! The day is completely tailor made to your needs!
Walk 1: Enjoy a scenic mountain walk part way up Mount Snowdon for around 2 hours.
Walk 2: A scenic riverside walk that starts in one of Snowdonia’s beautiful villages and progresses to a scenic gorge. This walk can be extended to climb the hills above and witness some of the breathtaking elevated views.
Walk 3: Enjoy a walk through spectacular Snowdonia Scenery, predominately downhill most of the way and ending up at one of the prettiest villages in Snowdonia.
Walk 4: The twin lakes walk. This walk is one of our gems and most popular. From a short walk of one hour around hour, stretching out to four hours climbing a hill through a forest between the two lakes.
Walk 5: A walk to spectacular waterfalls that drops 120 feet before your very eyes.
Walk 6: This walk offers some of the most dramatic mountainous scenery in the UK. It takes you into a normally inaccessible upland environment, and through beautiful ice-sculpted Cwm Idwal – a bowl-shaped hollow filled with the crystal clear waters of Llyn Idwal. The site is world famous for its rock formations and its rare and fragile plant life.
Walk 7: A stunning walk from high above the valley floor through a slate quarry and offering some of the best views in the Snowdonia National Park. The route can be walked in reverse (Up hill) with the benefit of a great lunch location at the end of the walk.
Mount Snowdon Walks:
Thousands conquer the summit of Mount Snowdon every year, using no fewer than six main routes to walk to the top. Depending on your experience, some of the walks can be hard and difficult, so we’ve selected the most popular two, but would be happy to coordinate walks to suit your ability and experience, where you can start out on one path and return via another back down the mountain.
Walk 8: Our two featured walks offer the easiest route – the Llanberis path, which pretty much follows the railway to the summit. The walk takes around 7 hours to complete
Walk 9: The more challenging and rewarding walk with the best scenic views is one where you set out on the Miners Track to the summit and return down the Llanberis Track.
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Walk 10: A lovely walk along the estuary and river between Llandudno and Conwy. This walk is graded as Easy and takes approximately 3 hours to complete.
Walk 11: A spectacular and historic section of coastline, starting out from a beach and walking the cliffs on a section of coastal path on the isle of Anglesey. Takes approximately 90 minutes to complete, but can be extended to include a historic walk through the country which takes 3 hours to complete.
Walk 12: A beautiful beach walk to a scenic island sitting off the coast. The return walk is back through a woodland. This walk is graded as Easy and takes approximately 3 hours to complete.
Walk 13: The Great Orme headland walk around Marine Drive. This is a stunning and spectacular coastal walk of approximately 4 miles. Steep rises as you climb around the headland. Easy to Moderate
Coast and Mountain Walks:
Walk 14: We drop you up on the height of a mountain pass for a stunning walk across a ridge on Mynydd Dref that takes you into the medieval walled town of Conwy. On reaching Conwy you can stop for lunch and then afterwards continue by the river and walk the estuary shoreline to Llandudno.
Walk 15:`A spectacular day walking around the summit of the Great Orme with sea views everywhere. Stop off for lunch in Llandudno and then enjoy an afternoon walking the Conwy river estuary through Deganwy and into the medieval walled town of Conwy.
Walk 16: Enjoy walking along part of the famous ‘Offa’s Dyke’ trail with amazing panoramic views. The walk is generally on the flat.
Walk 17: This walk is a tough walk up and over one of the hills, featuring an iron age fort.
Walk 18: This is a tough uphill hike to a medieval castle ruin. At the summit you are rewarded with 360 degree views of the stunning countryside.
Walk 19: Enjoy a stunning walk on the flat following a scenic canal tow path. The highlight is walking across the UNSECO World Heritage site of the Pontcysyllete aqueduct and your reward is that we rendezvous at a country pub!
Remember, this will be your very own bespoke tailor made ‘Walking Tour of North Wales’.
This tour can start from wherever you are staying in North Wales. Your actual tour price is dependent on a number of factors:
- The number of persons taking the private tour
- The time of year that you choose to tour
- The tour duration that you choose for your touring day
- The start and end locations where we pick you up and drop you off.
Our tour rates do not include: Entrance fees to Attractions / Refreshments, Drinks or Lunch on the day / Driver & Tour Guide Gratuities.