Meirionnydd Coast Walk

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Statistics and Files
Start: Aberdovey/ Aberdyfi
Grid Ref: SN607960
Distance: 69 miles (111 km)
Climbing: 3,236 metres
Walk time: 30-35 hours
Days: 5-7

Ordnance Survey Explorer Map (1:25,000)

Summary: The Meirionnydd Coast Walk is a walk rich in history with visits to many ancient mounments by the sea including standing stones, stone circles, cairns, religious sites and holy wells. Despite its name and to be fair it is as much an inland walk as coastal, in fact more so. The end of the Dyfi Valley Way is passed near the start of the Walk and the Cambrian Way is met briefly at Barmouth Railway Bridge where walkers are required to pay a toll. From begining to end places visited include Aberdovey, Happy Valley, Bryn Dinas, Rhyd-yr-onen, Tywyn, Llanegryn, Llwyngwril, Fairbourne, Barmouth, Cerrig Arthur Stone Circle, Tal-y-bont, Coed Lletywalter Nature Reserve, Llanbedr, Llandanwg, Llanfair, Harlech, Moel Goedog, Bryn Cader Faner Stone Circle, Bryn Bwbach, Penrhyndeudraeth, Boston Lodge Halt and Porthmadog.

Useful Links:
Meirionnydd Coast Walk Guide Book
Contours Self-Guided Walk
Wales Walking Holidays
Long Distance Walkers Association

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