The south west corner of Anglesey is a treasure with sand dunes, pine forests and remote broad beaches. This section of the route takes the walker to the heart of this idyllic place.
October 2014 Traeth Llanddwyn - A spectacular walk at any time of year.
The stage is described walking clockwise around Anglesey - but can be walked in either direction.
Description of the walk
Places along the stage
|Passage point||Newborough Forest|
|Passage point||Traeth Llanddwyn|
|Stage terminus||Ynys Llanddwyn||tower|
|Lowest point||0||m [amsl]|
|Highest point||28||m [amsl]|
|Date walked||Who||Walking time hr||Av. speed kmh||Stoppage hr||Direction|
|31 October 2014||KJM, HMM||1.45||4.4||0.75||clockwise|
Points of Interest
|Newborough Warren:October 2014:|
|Traeth Llanddwyn: October 2014: .|
|Ynys LLanddwyn: Oct 2014:|
Getting there & back
There is a bus stop at the Newborough roundabout and a car park 400m down the lane to the beach. Return can be via the forest and Newborough village where there are bus stops Or you can make it a circular walk of %x.xkm.
Start: 30 October 2014
References & Links:
|20141226||Anglesey Coast Path [Angkesey Council]||20141226||Llanddwyn Island [wikipedia]|
Updated KJM 26 December 2014