Beddgelert Walks and Walking Guide
Beddgelert is located in the shadow of Snowdon and is a perfect place from which to explore the area on foot. There are a variety of local amenities including cafés, bars and restaurants. Accommodation including camp sites and caravan parks is readily available. Public transport is limited but the Snowdon Sherpa service provides excellent links for walkers during the season.
All walks are free to download and print all have GPS files. Highlights include an ascent of Moel Hebog which can started in the village. Not far away are starting points for walks to Snowdon's summit including the quieter routes from Rhydd-Ddu. Easy walks are available in this area too with Cwm Bychan and Aberglaslyn popular walks. The outstanding Nantlle Ridge is also easy to reach and will provide a superb day in the hills. Finally exploring Cnicht and the Moelwyns from Croesor can be easily reached.
★ = GPS file available
|1427★||Craflwyn circular, near Beddgelert||easy/mod||2.50|
|3074★||Mynydd Sygun from Beddgelert||moderate||4.50|
|1454★||Glyder Fawr and Glyder Fach from Pen-y-Pass||mod/hard||5.50|
|1799★||Moel Hebog from Beddgelert||moderate||5.50|
|1136★||Yr Aran from Bethania (Route B)||moderate||5.50|
|1426★||Aberglaslyn and Cwm Bychan from Beddgelert||easy/mod||5.75|
|2150★||Llyn Dinas and Cwm Bychan from Beddgelert||easy/mod||6.00|
|2590★||Nantlle Ridge Walk from Rhyd Ddu (Route A)||moderate||6.00|
|1951★||Mynydd Mawr from Rhyd-Ddu||moderate||6.00|
|1127★||Cnicht from Croesor||moderate||6.25|
|1192★||Yr Aran from Bethania (Route A)||mod/hard||6.50|
|2560★||Moel Hebog, Moel yr Ogof & Moel Lefn from Beddgelert||mod/hard||6.50|
|3231★||Moel Hebog, Meol yr Ogof and Moel Lefn from Beddgelert||mod/hard||6.75|
|1988★||Beddgelert, Moel Hebog, Meol yr Ogof & Moel Lefn||mod/hard||6.75|
|3060★||Moel Lefn & Moel yr Ogof from Cwm Pennant||moderate||7.00|
|1958★||The Snowdon Horseshoe||hard||7.50|
|3035★||The Moelwyns from Croesor||mod/hard||7.50|
|3198★||Snowdon via the South Ridge & Rhyd-ddu Path||mod/hard||7.50|
|2729★||Snowdon by Rhyd-Ddu and Snowdon Ranger Paths||mod/hard||7.50|
|1216★||Y Lliwedd & Snowdon from Pen-y-pass||mod/hard||7.50|
|1089★||Snowdon by the Pyg and Miner's Tracks from Pen-y-pass||moderate||7.50|
|2692★||Snowdon via Dinas Mot & Crib Goch from Pen-y-pass||hard||8.00|
|2290★||Snowdon via the Watkin Path & South Ridge||mod/hard||8.00|
|1422★||Cnicht and Moelwyn Mawr from Croesor||moderate||8.00|
|3509★||Nantlle Ridge from Rhyd Ddu (Route B)||mod/hard||8.25|
|2797★||Yr Aran and Snowdon from Rhyd-Ddu||mod/hard||8.50|
|3058★||Llyn yr Adar & Llyn Edno||moderate||9.00|
|1010★||Cnicht, Moel Druman & Allt-fawr from Croesor||moderate||10.00|
|1515★||Tops and Tarns of the Moelwyns||mod/hard||11.00|
|1103★||Snowdon & Cwm Llan horseshoe||very hard||13.00|
The walks listed above are the nearest 30 from Beddgelert when measured in a straight line.
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