The Wales Way
The Wales Way are three iconic routes that take you through the best that Wales has to offer. The Coastal Way which skirts Cardigan Bay from St. David’s in Pembrokeshire to Aberdaron at the far end of the Llŷn Peninsula, The Cambrian Way which goes through the heart of Wales from Cardiff to Llandudno, and The North Wales Way from Queensferry in the East to Holyhead in the West. Download the PDF to view the many highlights along the routes.
Discover the North Wales Way
The North Wales Way follows the old trading route along our northern coast into Anglesey. Quite apart from the resort towns and whopping castles that line the 75-mile (120km) trail, it’s the jumping-off point for journeys of discovery into the northern hinterlands. From here you can explore the Vales of Clwyd and Conwy, the mountains of Snowdonia, the Menai Strait, and Wales' largest island, Anglesey.
Route maps have been produced that highlight local loops and trails off The North Wales Way as a starting point for exploring the region’s beautiful landscape, stunning scenery and rich heritage - with plenty of places to eat, stay and enjoy along the way. Scroll down to download the PDF.