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The Cambrian Way

From Llandudno to Cardiff.

This beautiful route of 185miles (300km) stretching through 2 of Wales's national parks Snowdonia and the Brecon Beaconsand the Cambrian Mountains in between. At the north end you’ll find the Victorian splendour of Llandudno. At the south is Cardiff, our cosmopolitan capital city. Along the way, the route takes in market towns, forests, lakes and reservoirs, as well as the old slate and coal mining heartlands. It’s criss-crossed by epic long-distance walking, cycling and horse-riding trails, which connect with the Wales Coast Path and Offa’s Dyke Path.

If its a drink you're after there is more than enough bars and pubs along the way. But why not pay a visit to two of the most famous distilleries in wales; Dyfi Distillery in Corris (Mid Wales) known for their award-winning gin, and Penderyn Distillery in the Brecon Beacons for their award-winning whisky.

If it is a more cultural experience you need. Then we recommend visiting the Rhondda Heritage park and explore the mines on one of their tours! With all tour guides ex miners and have experienced the work first had, they are the best to show you around.

For the Nature lovers – discover the Gigrin farm, where you will see up to 600 red kites feeding along with enormous buzzards and maybe some even some ravens.

Hidden Gems,

The Cambrian Way starts off in Llandudno and stretches through to Cardiff. There are many different activities and places to visit here are just a few we thought you could visit!

Why not start with a trip to Betws-y-Coed and explore the surrounding woodlands and river walks. After the walk enjoy a meal at one of the many restaurants in the village. With Swallow Falls and Llyn Elsi a short drive away, Betws-y-Coed is a great hub and a great way to start your Welsh adventure.

Barmouth a beautiful seaside town is next on the trip. Explore the surroundings with vast walking or cycling. Take a walk down the wooden viaduct, a beautiful piece of architecture that still functions for trains today!

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