guided walks

As a trained tourist guide and accredited by GeoMon as a guide for the Anglesey Geo Park, Andy offers history and geology walks offering a new ʻtakeʼ on the local area. On his walks Andy looks to provide a ‘sense of place’ – his lively and informative walks cover a wide range of local information, history and folklore. On his walks you may hear of pirates and shipwrecks, Romans and Celts, quarrymen and seamen and the 500 million year history of the rocks beneath your feet.

We have a number of walks scheduled throughout the year but regularly arrange bespoke walks for groups, please feel free to get in touch and arrange something to suit you.

My wife and I went on the Rhoscolyn walk and enjoyed it immensely. Andy is a very competent guide who made the time fly.

Thank you SO much for a really enjoyable afternoon.  It was so interesting and we learned so many new things about Rhoscolyn – which we thought we knew so well!  We will certainly be recommending to everyone that they should try and get to your next one

Walks can usually be arranged to meet your needs. Please contact us to arrange your own bespoke guided walk.

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Example Walks

  • Rhoscolyn History & Local Interest Walk

    Adults: £8
    Children: £3
    Start/Finish: St Gwenfaen’s Church, Rhoscolyn
    Distance: 3.5 miles
    Duration: Approx. 3 hours

    Terrain

    The route follows a mixture of public rights of way, tracks, and open headland. There are some moderately steep slopes and areas of uneven ground. The path can be slippery when wet. The route is unsuitable for pushchairs and for those with limited mobility.

    Brief Description

    Pirates and shipwrecks, Saints and druids, the 500 million year history of the rocks beneath your feet. Explore the history, folklore and geology of Rhoscolyn with an experienced local guide.

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  • Holyhead Mountain & South Stack Walk

    Adults: £10
    Children: £5
    Start/Finish: RSPB car park, The Range
    Distance: 6.5 miles
    Duration: Approx. 4.5 hours

    Terrain

    The route follows a mixture of public rights of way, tracks, and a short section on minor roads. There are some steep slopes ascending and descending the Mountain and areas of uneven ground. The path can be slippery when wet. The route is unsuitable for pushchairs and for those with limited mobility.

    Brief Description

    A stunning coastal walk with some of the best views in the UK. The route explores 500 millions years of history beneath our feet and four thousand years of human activity from the round-house dwellers of Ty Mawr to the 19th Century Quarrymen.

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