14.07.23 (Saesneg yn unig...) We have decided to mark the 10th anniversary by putting a bench at the halfway point – but the exact halfway point is just alongside Aber Falls. There are benches there already, and so we felt it would be best to place it at the top of the long climb beyond Aber, at the site of a previous bench. A natural resting point for a weary walker, with extraordinarily beautiful views.
The bench was duly made by members of the team using local oak. The problem then arose of how to get the heavy bench up the mountainside! We contacted the University Farm and Research station at Henfaes, and Mark Hughes came to our rescue. The bench was brought on a trailer from St Asaph, and Mark took the trailer by tractor up the steep access track to the top of the hill and to its destination. There then followed an enjoyable couple of hours digging out the remains of the previous bench, laying the specially made concrete blocks level, and bolting the bench in place.
It proved an educational event also, as Mark patiently answered our many questions about farming, weather, ecology, history, geography and balancing tourism with farming. The bench seemed to cope with five people with ease, and the first walkers to use it were, appropriately, a local couple with two dogs. Let’s hope it will provide a good resting place for many walkers in the years to come.
Our thanks to the University farm for allowing us to site the bench on their land and to Mark for his great help with the project. Diolch yn fawr iawn!
03.06.22 - (Saesneg yn unig...) We have just released the second volume of our circular walks based on the Pilgrims Way 'The North Wales Pilgrims Way: 16 Circular Walks on the Welsh Camino between Rowen and Aberdaron'
North Wales Pilgrim's Way between Rowen and Aberdaron (2022)
08.03.22 - (Saesneg yn unig...) Because of a landslip on the Coastal Path near Porth Colmon on the Llyn Peninsula between Tudweiliog and Porth O'er, we encourage the use of the alternative route through Llangwnnadl which avoids the area in question. This is detailed on the Routes Page (No. 24 Towyn to Porth O'er, 'For those who wish to visit the church at Llangwnnadl'). Details are also found in the official guide.
Alternatively, if you want to stay on the coastal path you need to understand that it's the steps from Traeth Penllech that have been badly effected by a landslip. Therefore, the only way off the beach is either to use the path off the beach before these damaged steps and to access a lane by a car park and then make your way along the lanes to Porth Colmon and rejoin it there, or at low tide make your way along the beach to the next inlet and use the steps there to get on the higher ground.
21.02.22 - (Saesneg yn unig...) We have just released a new guide 'The North Wales Pilgrims Way: 16 Circular Walks on the Welsh Camino between Holywell and Rowen'
This is the first of 2 volumes covering the length of the Pilgrims Way.
North Wales Pilgrim's Way Guide (2022)
07.06.2021 - (Saesneg yn unig...)
The Pilgrims Way Completion Certificates are now available in the National Trust Visitor Centre at Porth y Swnt, Aberdaron. They include all the stamps around the edge of the certificate and come with a cardboard backed envelope. Cost is only £2 of which £1 is donated to the National Trust.
28.05.2021 - (Saesneg yn unig...)
Some of the hospitality venues and transport options across the route are only slowly finding their feet again after the Covid-19 restrictions so early contact with them is advised before setting out on the North Wales Pilgrim’s Way. Although most restrictions will be eased from now on the Welsh or UK governments may re-impose some constraints either locally or nationally if new variants show signs of taking hold, so please take note of any future announcements. Hospitality venues are only too keen to be able to offer accommodation and bookings are expected to be heavy and our advice is to book two or three base sites across the route as most places will not accept a single night’s booking as it may block a potential longer stay”.
29.06.16 - Mae ffolder yn Eglwys Sant Hywyn, Aberdaron erbyn hyn i bererinion gofnodi eu taith ar hyd Taith Pererin Gogledd Cymru. Mae’r llyfr i’w gael ar fwrdd y pererinion sydd y tu hwnt i’r stondin lyfrau ar y chwith. Byddem yn ddiolchgar iawn pe baech chi’n ei arwyddo - Diolch.
14.12.15 - Artistiaid a phererindod
Mae Claire Henderson Davis yn ddiwinydd / dawnsiwr / coreograffydd y perfformiwyd ei “Passion” yn Eglwys Gadeiriol Ely ac yng Ngŵyl Caeredin. Ar hyn o bryd, hi yw’r artist preswyl yn Eglwys Gadeiriol Caer a bydd yn gweithio gyda phobl ifanc ar y syniad o bererindod dros y blynyddoedd nesaf, gan orffen trwy gerdded Llwybr Pererin Gogledd Cymru.
Mae’r artist Angela Davies wedi bod yn gweithio ar bererindod gyda theithiau cerdded cylchol ac yn dilyn hynny weithdai creadigol ar “fapio teithiau” yn rhan o’i gwaith preswyl yn Eglwys Gadeiriol Llanelwy. Mae hi’n parhau i ddatblygu’r themâu yma. Gwelwch yr artistiaid yma ar eu gwefannau:
Prosiect Pasbort Pererinion Gogledd Cymru
Gan ddilyn y Seintiau Celtaidd cynnar, mae pererinion wedi bod yn cerdded llwybrau gogledd Cymru ers canrifoedd tuag at ynys sanctaidd Enlli. Mae’n anodd gwybod lle yn union oedd y llwybrau gwreiddiol ond, erbyn hyn, mae’n bosibl teithio ar Lwybr Pererin Gogledd Cymru sydd newydd ei sefydlu. Mae hwn yn llwybr troed hir ar hyd gogledd Cymru o Abaty Dinas Basing ger Treffynnon i Aberdaron, gan basio drwy rai o’r golygfeydd prydferthaf yng Nghymru... rhagor o fanylion
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