On Saturday 15 September 2012, walk for water so others don’t have to.

Clynnog – Trefor

This route starts at the small village of Clynnog Fawr and follows the stunning coastal path to Trefor. Despite its small size, Cynnog Fawr has a lot to see and experience so why not make a weekend of it! Take the time to stroll along the expansive beach, sip a refreshing pint of Welsh ale and a hearty home-cooked meal at the village’s 19th century coaching inn – named, appropriately enough, Y Beuno or visit Saint Beuno’s church to discover its striking architecture and fascinating history. Saint Beuno is to be credited with turning this place into a holy shrine since he established the first church here in the 7th century and this beautiful building is definitely worth a visit. Once you have sampled the sights and sounds of Clynnog Fawr, continue along the coast to Gyrn Goch and join a path that leads you along the Gyrn Goch and Gyrn Ddu mountains to the village of Trefor. Along this section you are surrounded by evidence of the granite quarrying of earlier years

Distance: 
3.7 miles / 6.0 km
Estimated Walking Time: 
3 hours
Difficulty: 
Easy
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