Friday 16th May
Discovering the Past on the Hills above Trefriw
This walk will follow woodland and upland paths to historical sites on the hills above Trefriw. It will include Tyddyn Wilym the birthplace of the bard Gwilym Cowlyd; a deserted Chapel; the remains of the Medieval village of Ardda; an abandoned Sulphur mine; and a working farm water wheel. On a fine day there are stunning views of the Conwy Valley and Snowdonia.
Some steep paths and uneven ground. Please bring a packed lunch, walking boots and waterproofs.
Duration: 6 hours
Meet: 9.45am in Village Hall, Trefriw.
Bookings: Karen and Jim Black; 01492 640329 Email. firstname.lastname@example.org
Moderate / Strenuous
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