A Welsh Coast to Coast Walk: Snowdonia to Gower
Wales' mountains, with their intricate network of valleys and passes, provide the walker with ideal terrain for a coast-to-coast walk. The routes in this guide from Snowdonia to the Gower Peninsular are designed for experienced walkers looking for new routes rather than following the marked ways.
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Across the Carneddau
The Glyders and Snowdon
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Abergwesyn Abergynolwyn Afon Barmouth Black Mountain bridge Bwlch Cadair Idris cairn campsite Carneddau castle Cefn Bryn climbs coast country lane craggy crags Craig Crib Goch crosses descends east eastern edge Eigiau Elan Valley Elan Village Elenydd Estuary Fach FACT FILE Distances farm Foel followed footpath forest forestry road Garreg Glyder Gower grassy heads southwards heather Helyg hills Hotel lake leads Llanddeusant Llandovery Llewelyn Lliw Llyn Llyn Brianne low-level route Machynlleth main route miles Moel Moelwyn Moelwyn Mawr moorland Mountain route Myddfai Mynydd Nant Nantgwynant northern Pant Mawr pass path peaks plantations Pumlumon quarry railway reach Reservoir Rhandirmwyn Rhinog Fawr Rhosili ridge rises river rock rocky scree shores slopes Snowdon Snowdonia south-west southern steep stony summit Swansea tarn Tarren Three Cliffs Bay Tourist Information Trawsfynydd trig point turn right Tywi views Wales walk walkers Welsh western westwards woods Y Llethr