Anglesey is an Island in North Wales an unspoilt haven for walkers. It’s known for it’s secret beaches, ancient sites and local food.
It is often tranquil, remote, and breathtakingly beautiful. Much of it is rugged, half wild, and wonderfully rich with unexpected wildlife. Enjoy a relaxing coastal hike with sea views, stopping at points of interest on route.
We will begin our morning at Newbrough Beach and walk to Ynys Llanddwyn (Island). At low tied we will explore Porth Twr Bach a magical Geo site for rock lovers.
Then we will take a 45 minute drive to the Northwest of Anglesey to South Stack Cliffs, were if you wish you can enjoy a coffee or spot of lunch. We will spend the remaining hours exploring South Stacks Nature Reserve and Holyhead Mountain and at the end of the day have the opportunity to try ‘Mon Ar Lwy’ the famous Anglesey Ice Cream.
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Enjoy a memorable, rewarding hiking experience with a fully guided local Mountain Leader, certified in Outdoor First Aid.
On the day your guide will select the best route for your ability and fitness.
You will be provide with a meeting point and full kit list prior to your adventure once your booking has been confirmed.
Anglesey is a small Island with limited parking, this is hike is suitable midweek out of season.