Announcing Walks from the Conwy Valley Railway in National Walking Month

May is National Walking Month, a chance to ditch the car at least once a day and do those everyday trips by foot instead. Take the opportunity to visit the Conwy Valley using one of the most scenic railways in the UK and enjoy a walk along the coast, in the mountains or station to station.  There is a walk for all abilities and all ages.

The Conwy Valley Railway Partnership are pleased to announce their new walks from the train website funded in partnership with Snowdonia National Park, Conwy County Borough Council, Welsh Government and Natural Resource Wales through a Snowdonia Partnership Fund.


You are just a train stop away from discovering walks in the Conwy Valley.

13 Stations and 14 walks the Conwy Valley Railway is ideally situated to start or end your walk.  You are only a short train journey away from panoramic views across mountains, beaches, lakes, forests and valleys, stretching from the North Wales coast to the Snowdonia National Park.  Experience challenging hikes, family friendly rambling and historical trails, discover ancient rural sites, hidden treasures and the beauty of North Wales.

Melanie Lawton, Conwy Valley Railway Officer said “Evenings are lighter for longer and this makes it the perfect time to get outside and walking. Walking is good for your heart, helps you to lose weight, gives you energy and makes you happy.  There is never a better time to get outside and enjoy the beautiful scenery in the Conwy Valley and North Wales.  I hope these walks will inspire you to travel by train and discover the Conwy Valley with friends and family.”

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