The Wales Way
Discover Wales with the Wales Way, three new national touring routes that take you on an epic adventure across the ancient landscapes of the country.
The three routes offer much more than just a way of getting from A to B as they have been designed for you to take your time over. Zig Zag or Igam Ogam as we say in Welsh away from the routes to see the many wonderful sights and explore all that the areas have to offer.
The North Wales Way is a 75 mile route that follows an old trading route along the Northern Coastline from Cheshire to Holyhead along the A55. Head off the dual carriageway and you’ll find the Victorian seaside town of Llandudno, magnificent castles especially at Conwy, Caernarfon and Beaumaris, a landscape that is simply breathtaking whether you’re in Snowdonia National Park or along our beautiful coastline, as well as a host of market towns where you can immerse yourself in Welsh culture as well as sample our Welsh delicacies.
The Cambrian Way is a journey from Llandudno in the North to Cardiff in the South, an 185 mile route that is well worth taking your time over as you travel through two National Parks – Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons with forests, lakes and reservoirs as well as the old slate and coal mining heartlands.
The Coastal Way runs the entire length of Cardigan Bay, the largest bay in Wales with numerous beaches and a unique marine life. This 180 mile route takes you from Aberdaron on the Llyn Peninsula to St David’s on the Pembrokeshire coast.
You can weave all three routes together, choose two or just pick one – the choice is yours but the Wales you will discover is ours and we hope you enjoy your tour of discovery.
To plan your route by road, bike or by foot visit the The Wales Way website.
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