OUTDOOR WITH THE WOODALLS

COED Y BRENNIN FOREST

Coed y Brenin was Britain's first purpose-built mountain biking centre and it is still one of the sport’s top destinations.

WALKS SUITABLE FOR EVERYONE

SNOWDONIA

PARKING-Coed y Brenin Visitor Centre, Dolgefeiliau, Dolgellau LL40 2HZ

MILES-Gain Waterfall Trail 4 miles

FACILITIES- Toilets, cafe, play area

TERRAIN-forest roads and steep narrow paths, often less than 50 centimetres wide in places, on an unmade, uneven surface, where you can expect mud, rocks and tree roots. 


Large car park pay and display with various trails in the area, with maps at the start and sign posts to follow the correct route

This is a tough circular walk that follows a combination of forest roads and steep footpaths on an unmade and uneven surface.

Best  stay on the way marked trails as the old mine workings and buildings may be unsafe and there are unprotected drops into the river gorges.



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