Y Ddwy Olwyn

Goreuon Eryri

Y Ddwy Olwyn

Goreuon Eryri

Collection by Y Ddwy Olwyn

2

Tours

09:30 h

119 mi

8,200 ft

Uchafbwyntiau Eryri ar ddwy olwyn, yn ôl profiadau personol ac argymhellion gan eraill. Yma, ceir y goreuon o'r ardal elwir yn Eryri'n draddodiadol; sef hanner gogleddol beth sydd bellach yn Barc Cenedlaethol. Ceir anghydweld o ran tardd yr enw Eryri; mae un carfan yn credu mai 'Gwlad yr Eryrod' yw'r ystyr, a charfan arall yn profi mai 'Ucheldir' yw'r ystyr. Ta waeth am hynny; dyma oreuon i seiclwyr o Fangor i Flaenau Ffestiniog.Highlights of Eryri for cyclists, according to personal experiences and recommendations from others. Here, you will see the best of the region known as Eryri traditionally; which is the northerly half of what is now the National Park. One cohort believes that the origin of the name Eryri is 'Land of Eagles', while the other cohort proves that the origin is 'Highlands'. Regardless, here is the best locations for cyclists from Bangor to Blaenau Ffestiniog.

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Tours & Highlights

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    Yr Wyddfa a Llyn Nantlle Uchaf

    Road Cycling Highlight

    With amazing views of Wales and surrounding area its definitely a must too see

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    Lon Las Menai Cycleway

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    Lon Las Menai and Lon Las Ogwen are great routes for all cycling abilities; completely without traffic. A safe space shared by people with the same interests.

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    Castell Caernarfon

    Road Cycling Highlight

    Great Castle and Harbour

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    Nant Peris

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    Cycle through Snowdonia

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    Nant Gwynant

    Road Cycling Highlight

    A gradual ascent at 4.7% for 6 kilometres with the maximum gradient 10%.

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    Drws y Coed climb

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    A 4.3km climb in the Nantlle Valley with a fraudulent average gradient of 3.3% with the latter portion being closer to the maximum gradient of 12.4%.
    A 4.3km climb in the Nantlle Valley with a maximum average gradient of 12.4% maximum gradient.

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    Pont Pen-y-Llyn view

    Road Cycling Highlight

    Wonderful area to ride in with amazing views

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    Stwlan Dam Climb in Ffestiniog

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    If your ride allows it, make a detour to the Llyn Stwlan Reservoir for the stunning series of hairpins leading up to the reservoir edge

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    Marchlyn Mawr

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    Inner ring all the way up.

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    Will
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    Hill and Views

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    A beautifully rolling section featuring some of the most astounding views in Snowdonia. See all the lakes and mountains from the wide rolling roads.

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    Great route along Afon Nant Paris

    Road Cycling Highlight (Segment)

    Great on road downhill through Llanberris pass.

    Tip by
    Darren
  • Intermediate
    03:35
    45.0 mi
    12.6 mph
    2,950 ft
    2,950 ft
    Intermediate road ride. Good fitness required. Mostly well-paved surfaces and easy to ride.
  • Difficult
    05:55
    73.8 mi
    12.5 mph
    5,250 ft
    5,250 ft
    Expert road ride. Very good fitness required. Mostly well-paved surfaces and easy to ride.

    This is a challenging journey where you will ride the best routes Snowdonia has to offer, including the Drws y Coed and Pen y Pass climbs. This is the 75 mile version, but the 50 mile version can be completed by going from Beddgelert to Pen y Pass via Nant Gwynant. For more information, visit visitsnowdonia.info/ffordd-brailsford-way-cycle-routes-snowdonia

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Collection Stats

  • Tours
    2
  • Highlights
    11
  • Distance
    119 mi
  • Duration
    09:30 h
  • Elevation
    8,200 ft
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