YNYS MON RAMBLERS

Isle of Anglesey, North Wales

Walks Programme as table

DateStartTitleDistanceGradeContact
Saturday, 27th January
10am at Betws y Coed Station (bus 10:10)
SH795566 / LL24 0AL
Woods, lakes and old mines8mile / 12.9kmModerate
C
Contact
Saturday, 27th January
10am at Betws y Coed Station (bus 10:10)
SH795566 / LL24 0AL
Woods, lakes and old mines8mile / 12.9kmModerate
C
Contact
Saturday, 10th February
9:45am at Rhoscolyn School layby (bus 9:57)
SH269775 / LL65 2DX
A mostly level walk beside a large tidal lagoon6.5mile / 10.5kmLeisurely
D
Contact
Saturday, 10th February
9:45am at Rhoscolyn School layby (bus 9:57)
SH269775 / LL65 2DX
A mostly level walk beside a large tidal lagoon6.5mile / 10.5kmLeisurely
D
Contact
Sunday, 18th February
10:30am at Llanfachraeth Church layby
SH313831 / LL65 4UY
Circular walk around Llanfachraeth and Coastal Path4.5mile / 7.2kmLeisurely
D
Contact
Sunday, 18th February
10:30am at Llanfachraeth Church layby
SH313831 / LL65 4UY
Circular walk around Llanfachraeth and Coastal Path4.5mile / 7.2kmLeisurely
D
Contact
Sunday, 25th February
10am at Abergwyngregyn free CP
SH656728 / LL33 0LF
Waterfalls, hills and tracks9mile / 14.5kmModerate
C
Contact
Sunday, 25th February
10am at Abergwyngregyn free CP
SH656728 / LL33 0LF
Waterfalls, hills and tracks9mile / 14.5kmModerate
C
Contact
Tuesday, 6th March
10am at Bryn Refail free CP
SH481869 / LL70 9EZ
The start of this moderate walk takes in the stunning scenery and geology of Mynydd Bodafon, from the summit of which there are glorious views of northern Anglesey. The walk progresses through forest and fields along paths improved by the Silver Slashers footpath volunteers until it meets the Anglesey Coastal Path at Lligwy beach. Here geological formations from different ages are clearly visible on both sides of the small bay. We will follow the Coastal Path for a while before heading inland back to the start point, which we should reach at about 3.00 pm. Here there will be an opportunity to enjoy a well earned drink and piece of cake at the Anglesey Good Gifts cafe and craft shop which is next to the car park. This is a varied and popular walk in a beautiful part of Anglesey which you may not have seen before. The leader will explain the geological processes which formed the scenery we will walk through. You will then have a better understanding of the origins of this fascinating landscape.8mile / 12.9kmModerate
C
Contact
Tuesday, 6th March
10am at Bryn Refail free CP
SH481869 / LL70 9EZ
The start of this moderate walk takes in the stunning scenery and geology of Mynydd Bodafon, from the summit of which there are glorious views of northern Anglesey. The walk progresses through forest and fields along paths improved by the Silver Slashers footpath volunteers until it meets the Anglesey Coastal Path at Lligwy beach. Here geological formations from different ages are clearly visible on both sides of the small bay. We will follow the Coastal Path for a while before heading inland back to the start point, which we should reach at about 3.00 pm. Here there will be an opportunity to enjoy a well earned drink and piece of cake at the Anglesey Good Gifts cafe and craft shop which is next to the car park. This is a varied and popular walk in a beautiful part of Anglesey which you may not have seen before. The leader will explain the geological processes which formed the scenery we will walk through. You will then have a better understanding of the origins of this fascinating landscape.8mile / 12.9kmModerate
C
Contact
Tuesday, 20th March
10am at Llangoed village free CP
SH610796 / LL58 8NN
This moderate walk is through the beautiful countryside of south eastern Anglesey. It takes in several nature reserves, the remains of Lligwy castle, the ancient settlement at Penmon Priory and the iconic coastal scenery at Penmon point. There will be an opportunity to explore quiet paths and appreciate the breathtaking scenery of the Menai Straits and mountains of Snowdonia. You will gain an understanding of how the striking geology of this area created an important quarrying industry in the past and why it continues to attract visitors today. You will also walk through a secluded wooded valley on a path which has been improved by the Silver Slashers footpath volunteers. This is a varied and popular walk through an area you may not have seen at such close quarters. The full walk will take approximately 5 hours to complete, although there are opportunities to take short cuts for those who prefer a shorter walk8mile / 12.9kmModerate
C
Contact
Tuesday, 20th March
10am at Llangoed village free CP
SH610796 / LL58 8NN
This moderate walk is through the beautiful countryside of south eastern Anglesey. It takes in several nature reserves, the remains of Lligwy castle, the ancient settlement at Penmon Priory and the iconic coastal scenery at Penmon point. There will be an opportunity to explore quiet paths and appreciate the breathtaking scenery of the Menai Straits and mountains of Snowdonia. You will gain an understanding of how the striking geology of this area created an important quarrying industry in the past and why it continues to attract visitors today. You will also walk through a secluded wooded valley on a path which has been improved by the Silver Slashers footpath volunteers. This is a varied and popular walk through an area you may not have seen at such close quarters. The full walk will take approximately 5 hours to complete, although there are opportunities to take short cuts for those who prefer a shorter walk8mile / 12.9kmModerate
C
Contact
Saturday, 24th March
10am at Trearddur Bay P&D
SH256790 / LL65 2YR
A circular walk across in land to Silver Bay then walking back along the coastal path to Treaddur Bay11mile / 17.7kmModerate
C
Contact
Saturday, 24th March
10am at Trearddur Bay P&D
SH256790 / LL65 2YR
A circular walk across in land to Silver Bay then walking back along the coastal path to Treaddur Bay11mile / 17.7kmModerate
C
Contact
Sunday, 1st April
10am at Llanddona Beach CP
SH567806 / LL58 8UN
This is a new route, following a recently created section of the Anglesey coast path to Fedw Fawr. On the way, we will visit the beach near Tan Dinas quarry, on a recently diverted footpath. We'll return via older paths and Bwrdd Arthur hill fort.7mile / 11.3kmModerate
C
Contact
Sunday, 1st April
10am at Llanddona Beach CP
SH567806 / LL58 8UN
This is a new route, following a recently created section of the Anglesey coast path to Fedw Fawr. On the way, we will visit the beach near Tan Dinas quarry, on a recently diverted footpath. We'll return via older paths and Bwrdd Arthur hill fort.7mile / 11.3kmModerate
C
Contact
Saturday, 28th April
10am at Bryn Glo CP
SH736571 / LL24 0DT
Hike up Moel Siabod via slate quarry and Cwm Foel then easy scramble up Daier Ddu (east) ridge to summit. Return via summit ridge, weather permitting.6.5mile / 10.5kmStrenuous
B
Contact
Saturday, 28th April
10am at Bryn Glo CP
SH736571 / LL24 0DT
Hike up Moel Siabod via slate quarry and Cwm Foel then easy scramble up Daier Ddu (east) ridge to summit. Return via summit ridge, weather permitting.6.5mile / 10.5kmStrenuous
B
Contact
Saturday, 28th April
10pm at Abergwyngregyn free CP
SH656728 / LL33 0LF
A night walk visiting Aber Falls, weather permitting6mile / 9.7kmModerate
C
Contact
Saturday, 28th April
10pm at Abergwyngregyn free CP
SH656728 / LL33 0LF
A night walk visiting Aber Falls, weather permitting6mile / 9.7kmModerate
C
Contact
Tuesday, 29th May
10am at Cemlyn east CP
SH336932 / LL67 0DU
An exploration of the diversions around Wylfa7mile / 11.3kmModerate
C
Contact
Tuesday, 29th May
10am at Cemlyn east CP
SH336932 / LL67 0DU
An exploration of the diversions around Wylfa7mile / 11.3kmModerate
C
Contact
Sunday, 10th June
10:30am at Layby near Rhosneigr Golf Course
SH323739 / LL64 5QX
Circular walk from Rhosneigr along footpaths of Llanfair neubwll and back along Cymyran Beach7mile / 11.3kmModerate
C
Contact
Sunday, 10th June
10:30am at Layby near Rhosneigr Golf Course
SH323739 / LL64 5QX
Circular walk from Rhosneigr along footpaths of Llanfair neubwll and back along Cymyran Beach7mile / 11.3kmModerate
C
Contact
Wednesday, 13th June
10am at Bryn Refail free CP
SH481869 / LL70 9EZ
Beating back the Summer growth5mile / 8kmModerate
C
Contact
Wednesday, 13th June
10am at Bryn Refail free CP
SH481869 / LL70 9EZ
Beating back the Summer growth5mile / 8kmModerate
C
Contact
Wednesday, 20th June
10am at Llanddona village
SH575796 / LL58 8UE
Beating back the Summer growth3mile / 4.8kmModerate
C
Contact
Wednesday, 20th June
10am at Llanddona village
SH575796 / LL58 8UE
Beating back the Summer growth3mile / 4.8kmModerate
C
Contact

 

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