Coed-y-Brenin is known far and wide as one of the premier mountain biking venues in Wales, and for very good reason – the graded mountain bike trails and skills area are second to none and that’s not to mention the excellent complex that comprises cafe, bike shop & hire, car parking, showers and bike wash facilities. On this particular occasion however we hadn’t come to bike, we’d come for a walking adventure with family.
Located by the sea on the estuary of the afon (river) Seiont, Caernarfon boasts a range of attractions the castle, the foreshore, the excellent pubs, restaurants, independent traders and ‘Galeri’ arts centre.
There’s also the Welsh Highland Railway, national cycle routes, I could go on…. The list of activities is mind boggling, so to help you decide here’s my top 10 things to do in Caernarfon.
Llyn Brenig was nothing but a brown road sign somewhere off the A5 on the Denbigh moors until I googled the place on a whim. I was probably at work, probably daydreaming about the wilderness, highly likely fed-up with the grind and in need of escape. Llyn Brenig is owned and managed by Welsh…