The Natural History of Snowdonia

Sunday 21st May

The Natural History of Snowdonia

Our minibus will take us to Capel Curig, from where we will walk back to Trefriw.  The walk follows an old Drovers’ road, climbs through ancient woodlands, past old mining sites and then across wild moorland. If time and group allows we will climb the lovely little peak of Crimpiau for (hopefully) spectacular views of Northern Snowdonia before descending into the Crafnant valley and from there down into Trefriw.  Learning about how the natural and human impacts that have moulded and shaped this wonderful landscape as we go.

We will be back in time for our now-legendary Cake Fest at 4 p.m.!

Duration:  All day 5 hrs.   Please bring a packed lunch.

Distance:  11 km / miles

Grade:  Moderate

Meet:  9.15  a.m. at Trefriw Village Hall (LL27 0JH, SH781631)

Walk Leaders:  Pete Kay, with Keith Hulse



    Click on the map to see the rough location of this walk.

 

Booking:  To book a place on this walk, click on the button below.

Eventbrite - Trefriw Walking Festival 2017 - The Natural History of Snowdonia

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