Tuesday, 26 June 2018 (Group: Meirionnydd)
Start time 10:30
5 miles / 8 km
From the car park we follow the lane a short distance to the west and then turn on to a footpath towards the radio mast. From here a short climb brings us to Bwlch y Llan. We cross the bwlch and head for the fort at Ffridd Fechan, then walk generally south towards Dinas Oleu. The final part of our return includes an ascent of the rocky outcrop of Garn.
Wednesday, 27 June 2018 (Group: Meirionnydd)
Start time 9:45
3.5 miles / 5.6 km
A circular walk over smooth and rough paths with not a lot of ascent. Suitable for people starting, or getting back into, rambling, or those slowing down.
Sunday, 1 July 2018 (Group: Meirionnydd)
Start time 10:00
8.5 miles / 13.7 km
A circular walk around the Trawsfynydd reservoir, using a mixture of footpaths, country lanes and road-side pavements. At one point the path climbs through the countryside to a height of almost 1000ft with great views over the water to the surrounding hills and mountains of Snowdonia. The route also includes an airy crossing of the long, narrow footbridge at the southern end of the lake. We finish at the lakeside café which will hopefully be open for afternoon tea or coffee.
Wednesday, 4 July 2018 (Group: Meirionnydd)
10 miles / 16.1 km
Moel Siabod without the scramble! Somewhat isolated from its neighbours, Moel Siabod rises majestically above Capel Curig and Dolwyddelan. This route approaches the mountain through woodland and forestry before climbing over the hillside to Llyn y Foel. The tricky scramble up the Daear Ddu ridge is avoided by taking an easier path just below the ridge. We descend intially towards Capel Curig but veer off to the E and S to pick up an old track across open countryside back to Dolwyddelan.
Wednesday, 11 July 2018 (Group: Meirionnydd)
Thursday, 12 July 2018 (Group: Meirionnydd)
9 miles / 14.5 km
A moderate walk starting at 270m with splendid views on clear day, along a fairly level route to the source of Harlech's water supply. The walk is mostly along well established tracks, including part of the ancient 'Bronze Age Way'.
Tuesday, 17 July 2018 (Group: Meirionnydd)
7.5 miles / 12.1 km
This walk, on easy and varied terrain, explores an attractive area of countryside near Llanfacreth. Highlights include Alpaca fields, Llyn Pwll-y-gele and some ancient fishpools
Wednesday, 18 July 2018 (Group: Meirionnydd)
Sunday, 22 July 2018 (Group: Meirionnydd)
11.5 miles / 18.5 km
While Rhinog Fawr and Rhinog Fach may be the most impressive peaks in the Rhinogs, they are not the highest. This honour is claimed by Y Llethr, at 756 metres, with its neighbour Diffwys only 6 metres lower. The walking is not difficult but you can expect a strenuous day out for this circuit of the southern part of the Rhinog ridge.