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Storiiau cerddwyr y llwybr - Trail walker's tales

Cyhoeddir y straeon canlynol yn yr iath y cawsant eu derbyn.

The following tales are published in the language in which they were received.

Walking the Trail.  Ann Jones

February 17 2019

Day 1

Fabulous sunny start to the Snowdonia Slate Trail on Friday

Bangor to Bethesda with a tiny diversion to see this (on the A5 between Bangor & Bethesda) followed by a pit stop in Caffi Coed Y Brenin in Bethesda and our first passport stamp

Day 1


A Welsh Winter Slate Trail Adventure

By Ceri Hughes

I’ve always been one for a winter adventure from long distance walking along the Camino, cycling the length of Vietnam and trekking the Rwenzori mountains in Uganda to name a few.   Wales is my home and I love the mountains and countryside here. This year it was time to turn my winter adventure on its head, stay in Wales and explore my homeland a little more.


Mieko Yamaguchi - My walk

Bangor to Bethesda

From the course of the original tramway near Llandygai which was used to transport slate to Port Penrhyn in the 19th century

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Barry Payne`s walk

After reading about the Snowdonia Slate Trail in Trail Magazine, I instantly knew I wanted to do it. And within 6 weeks of reading of it, I had.

Amgueddfa Llechi, Llanberis ar y Llwybr.

Llanberis Slate Museum on the Trail

Mai 2018 - May 2018


Dros yr wythnosau nesa mae nifer o’n staff am geisio cerdded Llwybr Llechi Eryri - llwybr 83 milltir sy’n mynd ar daith o amgylch ardaloedd y diwydiant llechi. Heddiw oedd y cymal cyntaf- a bu’r criw criw gerdded y 10k a mwy o Borth Penrhyn ym Mangor i Fethesda!

 Over the next few weeks some of our staff will be walking the  Snowdonia Slate Trail - an 83 mile trail around the slate industry areas of Snowdonia! Today was the first leg and the group walked the 10k from Penrhyn Port in Bangor to Bethesda!

Cefni Walking Club walk the Trail

21/4/18 – On a beautiful spring day eighteen of us from Cefni Walking Club began our journey along the Snowdonia Slate Trail completing the first 6.3 miles from Bangor to Bethesda.


Kate and Ross Worthington, Raw Adventures, Snowdonia Slate Trail in 3 days 24-26 April 2018  


Gaining a sense of Snowdonia’s industrial past as we went our way out of Bethesda and along Ogwen valley starting the journey. Like the slate we are going to end at the dockside at Port Penrhyn


April 24 at 7:48am · 

Ad hoc adventures: due to prevailing circumstances, a planned week in Morocco trekking on Mount Toubkal...turns into 3 sustainable 'stay-cation' days on the Llwybr Llechi Eryri - Snowdonia Slate Trail. 0700 start from Bethesda...before forecasted rain...

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Brian Ruddin..The first to walk the Trail

That's ST all packed for the start of the Snowdonia Slate Trail tomorrow. Weather isn't looking great for the week so expect some mishaps. My train leaves Prestatyn at 06:47 and arrives in Bangor at 07:25 and I've got a 1.5 mile walk to the start point, I'm aiming to start walking on the trail about 8. ST has weighed in at 18kg that is 40lb in old money.

There's a cocktail making event on the camp tonight so I could be starting the walk a little bit delicate. Until tomorrow night take care and stay safe.


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Ariannwyr • Funders

  1. Heritage Lottery Fund
  2. Magnox, 
  3. Snowdonia National Park CAE Fund, 
  4. The Foyle Foundation, 
  5. The Garfield Weston Foundation, 
  6. The Oakdale Trust, 
  7. Community Fund in Wales, 
  8. HF Holidays, 
  9. Horizon, 
  10. First Hydro, 
  11. The Laspen Trust,
  12. Conwy County Borough Council,
  13. Bethesda Town Council, 
  14. Ffestiniog Town Council
  15. One private donor

Cefnogwyr • Supporters

  1. Snowdonia National Park
  2. Gwynedd Council
  3. Conwy County Borough Council
  4. The Snowdonia Society
  5. Ramblers Cymru
  6. Cofio Cwmorthin
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