Celebrate National Walking Month in May with one of these organised walks as part of the Wales Coast Path Walking Festival, along the Wales Coast Path stretch in Llandudno:
Wildflower Wander at West Shore, Llandudno, 10am
Organised by the Conwy Valley Group Wildlife Trust, this is a gental walk along Llandudno's Promenade, coastal path, sand dunes and beach at low tide so you can find many wild flowers and wildlife which the "flower expert" will help identify. Distance is 1 mile, time 1.5 hours.
Great Orme Circular, 10am
This walk circles the Great Orme on the "invalids walk" path at the back of town through Haulfre Gardens and on to North Shore, following the coast path back around the Great Orme. Distance is 6 miles, time 4-5 hours.
West Shore Beach Clean, 10am
Get hands-on during a practical beach clean session with Keep Wales Tidy that will explore what we can all do to reduce marine litter, which is a growing threat to our aquatic and coastal environment. Time 2 hours.
Great Orme and World War II training site, 10am and 2pm
Join this walk fon the Great Orme for military history enthusiasts to discover the importance of The Royal Artilellery gunnery school, as well as admire the spectacular sea views at every point with wildlflowers, goats and dramatic scenery. Distance 4 miles, time 2.5 hours.
The Vardre and Tower Hill, 10am
This walk follows the coast path towards Deganwy and offers fantastic views of mountains and coast, with a sunny beach and lots of history. Distance 7 miles, time 4-5 hours.
Great Orme Ramble, 10.30am
The Great Orme is an impressive limestone headland with lots to discover, and this walk will give walkers spectacular views of Snowdonia and the coast, as well as a birdseye view of Llandudno. Distance 6.5 miles, time 4-5 hours.
Seashore Safari, 1pm
This family activity is run by the Conwy Valley Group Wildlife Trust and will have everyone exploring along the shoreline to discover what marine life lives on this part of the coast. Distance 1 mile, time 1.5 hours.