Taith Ardudwy Way
35.3 km, 1491 m of climb
Created in 2010 the Taith Ardudwy Way is a linear route joining the railway station at Llandecwyn, just south of Penrhyndeudraeth, to Barmouth.
The route traverses the western slopes of the Rhinog range, and takes in a range of interesting sites such as the Bronze Age ‘Crown of Thorns’ at Bryn Cader Faner, and the old pack-horse bridge at Pont Scethin.
At Cerrig Arthur, the route joins the Mawwdach Way, giving the possibility of combining the two to create a much longer route (around 80 km).
The Trail has reasonable waymarking at principle junctions.
For more information please visit: www.taithardudwyway.com
- The Mawddach Trail
The famous ‘Railway Walk’ between Barmouth and Dolgellau along the edge of the estuary.
- The Mawddach Way
A three day 50km circular route around the estuary.
- The Mawddach Round
A 28 mile circular route taking in the summit of Cadair Idris and Diffwys.
- Taith Ardudwy Way
A linear route joining the railway station at Llandecwyn to Barmouth
- Panorama Walk
Stunning views of the Mawddach estuary, Barmouth Bridge and Cadair Idris. Choice of routes.
Rated: Straightforward / Challenging / Difficult
- The Precipice Walk
A Victorian Classic at the head of the Mawddach estuary.
- New Precipice Walk
Views down the Mawddach estuary as far as Barmouth viaduct and across to Dolgellau and the Arans. Choice of routes.
Rated: Straightforward / Difficult
- The Torrent Walk
A fairy-tale walk around a moss-encrusted river valley.
- Arthog Falls
A bracing climb alongside the waterfalls running through ancient woodland.
A woodland walk on the very edge of the river Mawddach, with views up and down the estuary and over to Cadair Idris.
- Abergwynant Woods
A woodland walk accessed via the Mawddach Trail