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Each month, one of Eryri's National Park Authority Wardens choose one of their favourite walks in the National Park. They also host a guided walk along their chosen route.

This month's (May 2023) 'Warden's Walk of the Month' is Craig y Ddinas and was chosen by David Jones, the National Park Authority's Senior Warden for south Eryri.

Craig y Ddinas Walk

Please note that the warden will adapt the walk to be a circular walk.

Craig y Ddinas is an iron age hillfort situated on an isolated rock, 350m above sea level. The hillfort stands in a dramatic location with fantastic views of the Ardudwy area.

Craig y Ddinas, Dyffryn Ardudwy
Park and meet at Cors y Gedol Car Park

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Friday, May 26
Meet at Cors y Gedol Car Park at 9:30am
Walk will start at 10:00am

The walk
Distance: 5 miles
Estimated duration: No more than 4 hours
The warden will adapt the walk to a circular walk

Walk guide
David Jones
South Eryri Senior Warden, National Park Authority

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Warden’s Walk of the Month: Craig y Ddinas

Join David Jones, the National Park Authority’s South Eryri Senior Warden on this month’s ‘Warden’s Walk of the Month’.

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