Ten Lakes – 2016


Saturday 21st May

Ten Lakes

A full day from Trefriw into the Gwydir Forest visiting 10 of the area’s hidden lakes

Starting and finishing with the largest and best-known lakes in the area – Geirionydd and Crafnant – this long round from Trefriw will visit a total of 10 lakes in the Gwydir Forest, many with history linked to local metal-mining.  Much of the walk is in the upper, elevated part of the forest, offering excellent views of the mountains, The pace will be easy, and uses a lot of good forest tracks, but is rated as mod/strenuous simply by virtue of its length. We will be passing toilets at 2½ miles, 10½ miles and 12½ miles.

Duration: All day 7-8 hrs walking

Distance: 24 km/15 miles

Meet: 9.15 am at Trefriw Village Hall (LL27 0JH, SH781631)

Walk Leaders: Tony Ellis author of four local walking books, and a Voluntary Warden on Snowdon
+++++++++++++Colin Boyd Outdoor education specialist

Grade: Moderate / Strenuous 

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