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Walks in Anglesey

Anglesey is an island situated of the northwest coat of Wales, and is connected to the mainland by bridges over the fast-flowing Menai Strait. Traditionally the best cereal farming land in Wales, it was the last hold-out of the Druids againat the Roamsn in Wales, and there are many signs of neolithic occupation on the island. Off the northwestern tip of the island is Holy Island and the town of Holyhead, which is a traditional ferry gateway to Ireland.

The main path in Anglesey is the Anglesey Coastal Path, and this gives a relatively easy walk as it passes low cliffs and some superb beaches, particularly Red Wharf beach on th eastern coast. There are also plenty of walking opportunities inland along many miles of footpaths.

 


 

Below is a map showing all the walks that I have completed in Anglesey.

Map of my walks

Completed walks in Anglesey

 
South Stack lighthouse.

Wind turbines to the northwest of Llanbabo.

Looking north along the coast towards Point Lynas.

   


List of walks in Anglesey

Walk No. Description Distance (miles)
624 South Stack to Carreglefn17.2
413 Beaumaris to Penmaenmawr18.1
412 Moelfre to Beaumaris18.1
411 Cemaes to Moelfre19.1
410 Llanfachraeth to Cemaes18.2
409 Trearddu to Llanfachaeth19.0
408 Aberffraw to Trearddur19.3
407 Barras to Aberffraw18.3
406 Caernarfon to Barras17.1

This was a total of 164.4 miles in 9 walks (an average of 18.26 miles per walk).


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