A view of the Mawddach Estuary on a clear spring day with woodland lining the shores.
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Join Arwel Morris, the National Park Authority's Area Warden for Llyn Tegid and Penllyn, on a guided-walk of Cefnddwygraig, Y Bala.

Arwel will guide you along the new flood defence wall at the northern end of Llyn Tegid, followed by a moderate climb through Coed Penybont. After the woods, you'll be guided along Mynydd Cefnddwygraig to Rhosygwaliau before arriving back at Y Bala to complete the route.

The walk offer views of Llyn Tegid, the town of Bala and, on a clear day, Yr Wyddfa.

The Route
Bala, Cefnddwygraig and Rhosygwaliau Loop
Distance: Approximately 2.5 miles
Estimated duration: 2.5 hours
Walk includes some moderate climbs

Please note that this route has been graded as a Leisurely route by Eryri's National Park Authority. It is suitable for people with a reasonable/moderate level of fitness. The terrain may include unsurfaced and undulating rural paths. Walking boots and waterproof clothing are recommended.

Friday, 21 July
Meet at Llyn Tegid Foreshore Car Park at 09:30am
Walk will start at 10:00am

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Walk Guide
Arwel Morris, Area Warden Llyn Tegid and Penllyn

Cancellations and enquiries
If you'd like to cancel your booking or make an enquiry about the event, please contact the National Park Authority's Volunteer and Wellbeing Officer.

Etta Trumper
Volunteer and Wellbeing Officer, Snowdonia National Park Authority


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Warden’s Walk of the Month: Cefnddwygraig, Y Bala

Join Arwel Morris on a guided-walk of Cefnddwygraig, Y Bala.