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    Snowdonia Slate Trail

    £12.99
    The Snowdonia Slate Trail is a new 83-mile circuit in North Wales. The walk links intriguing villages and visits the area's slate heritage, with stunning scenery including views of Snowdon. Walkers can also see and ride on the 'little trains of Wales'. This rainproof guidebook has detailed mapping, clear route description and has 95 colour photos.
    ISBN: 9781898481805
    AuthorAled Owen
    Pub Date09/04/2018
    BindingPaperback
    Pages76
    Availability: In Stock

    The Snowdonia Slate Trail is a new waymarked trail that runs for 83 miles through North Wales. It leads from the coast at Bangor into the heart of Snowdonia to make a circuit ending at Bethesda. The trail joins up villages with a choice of welcoming accommodation. The walking is varied, ranging from easy valleys to mountain passes, from wild moorland to river gorges.

    Highlights include the National Slate Museum of Wales, stunning views of Snowdon and nearby mountains, and abandoned slate villages high in the hills. The trail also passes the Penrhyn quarry with its impressive galleries of slate crossed by the longest, fastest zip-wire in Europe.

    This guidebook is in rucksack-friendly format and printed on rainproof paper. Lavishly illustrated with 95 colour photos, it contains large-scale mapping and all you need to plan and enjoy your holiday:

    14 pages with clear mapping of the route at 1: 40,000
    practical information about public transport and travel
    section with inside knowledge on how best to climb Snowdon
    detailed route descriptions including where to find refreshments and accommodation
    background on the slate industry heritage, the `Great Little Trains of Wales' and wildlife.

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    The Snowdonia Slate Trail is a new waymarked trail that runs for 83 miles through North Wales. It leads from the coast at Bangor into the heart of Snowdonia to make a circuit ending at Bethesda. The trail joins up villages with a choice of welcoming accommodation. The walking is varied, ranging from easy valleys to mountain passes, from wild moorland to river gorges.

    Highlights include the National Slate Museum of Wales, stunning views of Snowdon and nearby mountains, and abandoned slate villages high in the hills. The trail also passes the Penrhyn quarry with its impressive galleries of slate crossed by the longest, fastest zip-wire in Europe.

    This guidebook is in rucksack-friendly format and printed on rainproof paper. Lavishly illustrated with 95 colour photos, it contains large-scale mapping and all you need to plan and enjoy your holiday:

    14 pages with clear mapping of the route at 1: 40,000
    practical information about public transport and travel
    section with inside knowledge on how best to climb Snowdon
    detailed route descriptions including where to find refreshments and accommodation
    background on the slate industry heritage, the `Great Little Trains of Wales' and wildlife.