Trefriw Walking Festival 2022 (May 19th to 21st)
This year’s Trefriw Walking Festival features exciting walks in areas new to the Festival, along with discovering alternative routes closer to home. As ever, there will be walks for all, with tough walks for enthusiasts as well as more gentle terrain to enjoy.
Based in the heart of the historic village of Trefriw on the edge of Eryri/Snowdonia National Park, the festival has trails for every level, from mountain ascents to easier walks by lakes and rivers.
Each of the three days has something different to offer, from ascending Moel Siabod, discovering the Moelwyns, crossing the Conwy to view a Neolithic burial chamber, to looking for the famous Carneddau ponies. Follow rivers through gorges and waterfalls, watch for rare birds on the mountains, practise some mindfulness in the forest or simply enjoy a stroll along the Afon Conwy.
All our walks begin and end in Trefriw, at Trefriw Village Hall. All are led by experienced walk leaders and accompanied by qualified First Aiders.
Trefriw Walking Festival is organised solely by local volunteers.
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