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CONWY

Cycling in Conwy
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The Llangollen Canal

Crosses the border between England and Wales. Its combination of picturesque countryside and breath-taking engineering draws visitors from far and wide.The dizzyingPontcysyllte Aqueduct,which carries the canal over the River Dee, is a must-see.This remarkable feat of canal engineering is 125 feet high, and the canal is unprotected on one side, giving the impression of a sheer drop from a narrowboat. The structure is deservedly a World Heritage Site. Following the canal to the Llangollen end will take you into the rolling foothills of Snowdonia.
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Local Cyclist Routes

Conwy by local cyclists with maps, descriptions and photographs:-

Llandudno– Resort, corniche and country15 miles, circular

Llandudno Junctionand the Conwy Estuary and Valley14 miles, circular

Penmaenmawr– coast, castle and mountain pass10 miles, circular  

Colwyn Bay– coastal cycleway and limestone countryside17 miles, cicrular

Llanrwst and the Fairy Glen– 15 miles, circular

Betws-y-Coed– gorge, mountains and lake13 miles, circular  


Llannefydd and the beautiful Elwy Valley9 miles, circular

Llanfair Talhaiarrn12 miles, circular

Conwy Valley to Penmachno45 miles, circular

Information provided bywww.cyclingnorthwales.co.uk

Talacre to Penmaenmawr34 miles

Cycle path along the North Wales coast between Talacre and Penmaenmawr. Mostly hard surfaced and nearly continuously off-road apart from a 2-3 mile gap at Llandudno.
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