The Rhoscolyn walk will take you over some of Britain’s oldest rocks, back to a time before life as we know it. We will see evidence of ice ages and the movement of tectonic plates. We will also look at the intriguing history of the area, from Saints and Druids to ship wrecks and pirates.
The walk follows one of Anglesey’s most scenic walks. With the mountains of Snowdonia or Eryri in Welsh (meaning Land of Eagles) and the Llyn Peninsular as a backdrop, the cliff top route includes an ancient well, two sea arches and a stunning view with every step. There is also wildlife in abundance and you will frequently see Chough, Peregrine, and Seals, not to mention our resident mountain goat.
This walk is always popular.
This is a moderate walk of approx. 4 miles which includes some steep and uneven ground.
|Start/Finish:||St Gwenfaen’s Church, Rhoscolyn|
|Duration:||Approx. 3 hours|
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.
Walks can usually be arranged to meet your needs. Please contact us to arrange your own bespoke guided walk.