In the Footsteps of The Drovers – 2016
May21

In the Footsteps of The Drovers – 2016

A walk between the mountains from Capel Curig to Trefriw, in the footsteps of the drovers who would have followed the old road along this route.

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Betws-y coed to Trefriw – 2016
Jan08

Betws-y coed to Trefriw – 2016

Catch public transport to Betws and walk back to Trefriw high above the Conwy valley. You’ll get excellent views of the surrounding hills of Snowdonia, visiting the lakes and historical sites along the route.

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Over The Tops – 2016
May22

Over The Tops – 2016

A journey from Capel Curig to Trefriw over the mountain tops, such as Crimpiau, Craig Wen and Creigiau Gleision.

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Photography Walks x 2  sessions – 2016
May21

Photography Walks x 2 sessions – 2016

A walk through woodland, visiting fairy falls and the beautiful Geirionydd and Crafnant lakes.

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A Walk in Nature for Families – 2016
May22

A Walk in Nature for Families – 2016

A stroll, suitable for families of all ages to the woods, streams and meadows above Trefriw to search for minibeasts, forage for wild food and learn more about the legends, history and natural history of the area.’

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Mills & Mines, and more – 2016
May22

Mills & Mines, and more – 2016

An uphill walk above the Crafnant valley to the site of the old Pandora Mine above Llyn Geirionydd, with extensive views.

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Dams and Turbines  – 2016
May20

Dams and Turbines – 2016

Visit old mine workings and lakes with dark secrets on this moorland and mountain trek.

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Natural History of Snowdonia – 2016
May22

Natural History of Snowdonia – 2016

Follow an old drovers road, through ancient woodlands, past old mining sites and along moorland. Learn about the volcanic and tectonic history which have created the rocks and the landscapes of Snowdonia.

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Geocaching for All – 2016
May21

Geocaching for All – 2016

This walk introduces new-comers to the sport of Geocaching. A brief talk will explain what happens when you go Geocaching.

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Multi-Activity Adventure Day – 2016
May20

Multi-Activity Adventure Day – 2016

Trek to Geirionydd, try canoeing, walk through the woods to Craig Bwlch yr Haearn and abseil down.
This activity is sponsored by Conwy County Borough Council Tourism

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Pot Luck Walk Sunday – 2016
May22

Pot Luck Walk Sunday – 2016

Too late to book? Turn up anyway for a cancellation or “Potluck” guided walk or our self guided Trefriw Trails

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Navigation and Knots 2016
May22

Navigation and Knots 2016

Trefriw to Geironydd and back, learning navigation skills for the novice and basic ropework for mountain walkers.

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Tryfan & The Glyders – 2016
May21

Tryfan & The Glyders – 2016

This walk will explore some areas of Tryfan and the Glyderau and given reasonable weather will tackle some of the classic scrambles of Snowdonia such as the north ridge of Tryfan or Bristly Ridge.

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From Fleece to Fabric – 2016

A guided tour of Trefriw’s working mill museum. See how traditional Welsh bedspreads and tweeds are manufactured from the raw wool.

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Beneath The Bandages – 2016
May21

Beneath The Bandages – 2016

This easy walk with St Johns Ambulance Incident volunteers (St John Ambulance Cymru/Wales) shows you how to deal with some of those common mishaps when out walking – stings, grazes, twisted ankles. We then return to the Hall for an ‘insider’ look at how to create simulated casualties for National Emergency Incidents with a chance to have a go ourselves.

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Gorge Scramble for Kids – 2016
May21

Gorge Scramble for Kids – 2016

Gorge scrambling is a fun filled activity which involves either ascending or descending a gorge up or down water falls, jumps into plunge pools and also slides

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Pot Luck Walk – 2016
May21

Pot Luck Walk – 2016

Too late to book? Turn up anyway for a cancellation or “Potluck” guided walk or our self guided Trefriw Trails

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Gorge Scramble for the Adventurous – 2016
May22

Gorge Scramble for the Adventurous – 2016

Gorge scrambling is a fun filled activity which involves either ascending or descending a gorge up or down water falls, jumps into plunge pools and also slides

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Ten Lakes – 2016
May21

Ten Lakes – 2016

Starting and finishing with the largest and best-known lakes in the area – Geirionydd and Crafnant – this long round will visit a total of 10 lakes in the Gwydir Forest. Much of the walk is in the upper, elevated part of the forest, offering excellent views of the mountains.

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