June 12, 2020

Since we are all unable to go for an actual walk in North Wales at the moment, how about I share with you some of my favourite walks which we are longing to walk ourselves once the lock down regulations are easing (whenever that might be)?

Cwm Idwal

A popular and easily...

May 1, 2019

This is a lovely walk whatever the weather and you'll meet lots of other dogs and their owners here. You can park at the car park along the A5 where the Youth Hostel at Llyn Ogwen is.

The path past the little cafe on the left takes you up to an iron gate where this kind...

March 27, 2019

Having just returned from a lovely relaxing holiday on Gran Canaria I thought my newest blog post could be about walking on that fascinating continent in miniature form.

We stayed in the green fresh and beautiful Northern part of the island, near Teror, a delightful lit...

February 11, 2019

A lovely scenic walk, around 5 miles long, but all on one level, half of it along the coastline, the other half inland.

It's a great walk with dogs if you've got one or more of them.

Best starting point is from the free car park along the A4080 between Aberffraw and Llan...

June 5, 2018

This walk you can tailor to your needs to be as long (up to 10 hours) or as short (45 mins) as you like, it's great for dogs, not ideal for push/-wheelchairs though due to washed out paths and slim passages and - you need proper walking boots.


If you fancy walking all...