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Hiking Holidays in Conwy, North Wales

Hiking isn’t just fun, it’s good for you too!

Whether you walk along a coastal path or up the highest point in Wales, there’s a range of walks to suit everybody in Conwy.

North Wales has more clean beaches than you can shake a blue flag at and with a number of seaside towns there is plenty of sand to walk on. Snowdonia and Conwy have an amazing 142 miles of coastal walks and 90 different mountains including the highest one in England and Wales.

There are many of reasons to go for a walk in Conwy and these are just a few of them. Take a look at our Conwy guided and non-guided walks to give you some inspiration. Why not stay in one of our walker friendly accommodation in Conwy?

As safety is the number one priority when out in the hills, please check out our walking top tips page.

Because there are so many fantastic walks to choose from in Conwy, we have added in a few to get you started.

Pensychnant Upland Walk is a circular route leading from the top of Sychnant Pass with amazing views of Conwy and the Conwy Valley. The walk is approximately 4.5 miles long and consists of rough stone and grassy tracks with some steep climbs

Conwy Mountain Walk

This circular walk starts at the Conwy Marina crossing Conwy Mountain into Dwgyfylchi and returning to the Marina via Penmaenmawr Beach and Conwy Golf Club. The walk is a hefty 7.6 miles and will approximately take around 4 hours to complete

The Great Orme Nature Trail

The Great Orme Nature Trail is a circular walk starting and finishing at the summit. The 3.5 mile walk around the headland will give you amazing views of Liverpool Bay, The Carneddau Mountains, The Menai Straights and Anglesey. The trail is around 2.5 hours and it allows you to see and learn about some of the species that makes the Great Orme their home. You may see a few goats along the way.

Pwllycrochan Woods

Pwllycrochan Woods is a 21 acre woodland situated at the tops of Colwyn Bay. You can choose from 4 circular trails that range from 0.75 miles to 1.25 miles long. The trail is in woodland so decent footwear is required as you will come across rough surfaces and water

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