The 2016 Walking Festival will run for 10 days from Saturday 17th September to Monday 26th September.
Set in the dramatic beauty of coastal Snowdonia, Barmouth sits on the northern side of the stunning Mawddach Estuary, sheltered by the Rhinog Mountains and the Cadair Idris Range.
The Walking Festival has been developed with the aim of encouraging visitors to explore these magnificent surroundings on foot – in the company of keen, experienced and knowledgeable local guides. Historians and naturalists lead some walks and expert advice has been taken to ensure a safe, interesting and varied programme.
- GRADE A++: Extremely Hard – For Experienced Walkers Only
- GRADE A: Hard
- GRADE B: Moderate
- GRADE C: Easier
Grades, distances, times and heights are provided for guidance only and to help you select walks suited to your abilities. If in any doubt seek advice before booking. More detailed descriptions of each of the walks is available on our website or Facebook page.
NOTE: As a minimum – Stout walking footwear (made for mountain walks) and waterproof jacket & trousers, warm clothing, gloves, warm head wear, all of which should be suitable for changes in the weather, are required for all walks, regardless of their grade. Food and Drink
What’s the Cost?
On a per person, per walk, per day basis
- 1 Day/Walk £8.50
- 4-6 Days £7.50 per day/walk
- 7+ Days £6.50 per day/walk
Pre-booking helps us plan as numbers are limited on each walk. Transport costs if necessary are not included. If you turn up on the day and spaces are available on a walk then the cost is £10.00. Accompanied children under 16 are free of charge (if the leader deems the walk is suitable).
It’s now even easier to book your tickets by using our online booking system.