'Walks on the Lleyn Peninsula' contains 16 circular walks which explore some of the finest sections of the coast.
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The Lleyn Peninsula is the northernmost and smallest of the three great peninsulas which dominate the west coast of England and Wales—Lleyn, Pembrokeshire and Cornwall. Like these larger cousins its coastline is both dra¬matic and beautiful with numerous fine sandy bays, iso¬lated coves and magnificent cliff scenery. Inland, a range of shapely volcanic hills give superb views of the entire peninsula, along with the neighbouring peaks of Snowdonia.
‘Walks on the Lleyn Peninsula’ contains 16 circular walks which explore some of the finest sections of the coast, along with several of Lleyn’s shapely hills. With distances ranging from VA to TA miles, all walkers are catered for— from those looking for a casual half-day walk to add colour to a holiday, to the more ambitious who may per¬haps complete two or more routes as an alternative to Snowdonia. Those not familiar with Lleyn will find the book useful as a guide to some of its most scenic and unspoilt locations.
1. Yr Eifl (The Rivals) 3 miles, 2. Nant Gwrtheyrn 3 ½ miles, 3. Garn Boduan and Mynydd Nefyn 5 miles, 4. Nefyn 6 ¼ miles, 5. Porth Dinllaen 4 ¾ miles, 6. Tudweiliog 5 miles, 7. Treath Penllech 4 ½ miles, 8. Mynydd Anelog & Whistling Sands 4 ¾ or 1 ½ miles, 9. Uwchmynydd 6 ¼ or 4 ½ miles, 10. Rhiw & Porth Ysgo 3 ½ or 5 ½ miles. 11. Mynydd Rhiw 3 ½ miles, 12. Porth Ceiriad 5 ¾ miles, 13. Cam Fadryn 6 miles, 14. Mynytho Common 7 ¼ miles, 15. Llanbedrog 4 ¾ miles, 16. Criccieth 5 ¾ miles.