A view of the Mawddach Estuary on a clear spring day with woodland lining the shores.
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The best way to experience what makes Eryri so special is to explore the miles of paths and walks all across the landscape.

The National Park Authority has 1,497 miles of approved paths that provide the best opportunities to fully immerse yourself in some of Eryri’s unique qualities.

Walking in Eryri has many other benefits, including improving our physical health and mental well-being.

Make sure you familiarise yourself with the various types of paths before starting your journey by reading information on Route Grading.

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Location
Difficulty
Duration
Surroundings
Route type
Special Qualities
Accessible routes
Snowdon Ranger
Snowdon Ranger
Hard/Strenuous
There and back again 13 km 6 Hrs
One of the earliest routes to the summit of Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon).
Torrent Walk
Torrent Walk
Moderate
Circular route 4 km 1 Hr
A circular path that follows the river Clywedog through its striking gorge.
Waen-oer Ridge
Waen-oer Ridge
Hard/Strenuous
There and back again 14 km 6 Hrs
A challenging trek over a series of lesser-known peaks in the National Park.
Watkin Path
Watkin Path
Hard/Strenuous
There and back again 13 km 6 Hrs
A steep route up the southern slopes of Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon) beginning at Nant Gwynant.
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