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Coed Felinrhyd & Llennyrch

Coed Felinrhyd & Llennyrch

 
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There’s no need to head to South America or the Amazon to explore an ancient rainforest, as the Coed Felenrhyd & Llennyrch woodlands in Snowdonia are one of few remaining examples of an Atlantic Oak Woodland, a temperate rainforest.

You and your pooch are sure to love exploring this wild landscape, within the ancient woodland are a river, waterfalls, pools, and hills. In the south  you’ll be treated to views over the Rhinog mountains. Meanwhile, in the north, there are outstanding views of Snowdon. 

Park off the A469 in the layby and enter the woods on the Woodland Trust path.

The circular walk will take you along the river, exploring this 10,000-year-old woodland as far as the waterfall. There are no facilities here, however you are only a few miles away from Miffordd, where you can find plenty of local amenities.
Type of walk
  • Slopes
  • Trails
  • Uneven
  • Woodland
Parking
Yes
Walk Length
4 km.
Difficulty
  • Moderate

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