Walk Eryri

Walking in Snowdonia

Walk Eryri – Free Walks and Walking in Snowdonia

PLEASE NOTE – We are in the process of transferring ALL the routes from Walk Eryri over to Mud and Routes. The routes remain on this site, but will all link to the Mud and Routes page with the full route details. Walk Eryri will then be incorporated into that site, which is simpler all round!

Welcome to Walk Eryri – the free walking website for Snowdonia. All the routes are clearly shown on an Ordnance Survey map and accompanied by photos, where the welsh weather allowed us to! You can also download a GPX file for use on your GPS device – all for free and without the hassle of registering.

All the routes are written by a qualified Mountain Leader, but please be aware that this is not a risk free pursuit and we pose no claim of accuracy (disclaimer). If you want to walk up Snowdon, then we’ve launched – Walk up Snowdon – the first online guidebook to the highest mountain in Wales (it’s not in England, so can’t be the highest in England and Wales – there’s the perfectly good Scafell Pike that achieves that honour). There are only a couple more routes to add before we’ll officially launch the site (Miner’s and Crib Goch specifically), and a few more original routes that avoid the crowds to follow.

If you want route advice – then pop over to Mud and Routes and join the Walk Eryri Group in there. You can even submit your own routes on there, create a walking group with even calendar for your own walking group or just chat in the forum once there’s any members. Keep an eye out for member competitions in the very near future.

The previous Blog section is now a much improved website of its very own – Mud and Routes – which aims to provide new content weekly.

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Any other files on the old site have been either deleted as they were hopelessly out of date, or put on the resources page.

If we used to link to you, then please contact us and we’ll add a link. If you’ve got a routes website, then we can also feature your site on Mud and Routes with a short bio (of yourself or the site) and a few choice links to your favourite walks from your site.

The routes are sorted by area and it is even possible to click on the summit name at the bottom of the post in order to see all the routes that go to that summit – we’ve implemented it for all the active routes.

If you need somewhere to stay, then visit our sister site - Hotels In Snowdonia.

Click on the link to see all the walks up Mynydd Drws y Coed.

http://www.walkeryri.org.uk/?tag=mynydd-drws-y-coed-695 

You will still find the Snowdon walks on this site, but they are now much easier to find on the new online Snowdon Guidebook – Walk up Snowdon.

Meanwhile, why not pop over to the Mud and Routes site and check out some gear reviews or even submit your own?

 Map showing all routes

Disclaimer – note that any routes provided are for information only and at the user’s own risk and we take no responsibility for any damage, injury or worse that you may inflict upon yourselves! It’s a sad state of affairs that we’ve got to add a disclaimer, but we all know that the entry list for the Darwin Awards is growing annually, and for those who don’t make it there’s always no win no fee…. By using this site, you agree to these terms and if you don’t then you should leave (the planet preferably).