Snowdonia walk is the most popular walk in Wales.
People come from far away to do it, in every season. I wouldn’t recommend you to do it in winter for it could be quite dangerous. If you are lucky you will have a sunny day, but even if it is not, go for it. I remember climbing desperately between two white walls so we were inside clouds but what a surprise when suddenly 10 minutes before reaching the summit the sun burst and we discovered what you can see on the picture! It was just amazing! If one has to be done it is this one!
Llangollen walk – you said strenuous walk? You want to know what a strenuous walk is? Here it is. Don’t forget your walking shoes, cereal bars, water and if you don’t have some, try to borrow a pair of walking sticks.
But if you have enough strength or (courage because for a courageous soul nothing is impossible) what a stunning view, what a great pleasure to walk among the rocks, steep passages and deep downhills. If Wales wasn’t so green you could believe yourself being on the moon. Definitely the one I preferred.
Llangynog walk has nothing particular but nothing missed: a small waterfall, some stony paths, some hills up and down. This is a typical moderate walk to be done by good walkers.
Glyn Ceyrog walk is probably the wildest among all, if you like walking in the wild world, having your lunch break in wilderness, crossing fields with hardly any footpaths, this one is for you.
Rectory wood & field walk. If there are things we aren’t used to being foreigners, this is what English people call “stiles”. During this lovely moderate walk you will find out simple and double stiles.