If you’re looking for walks where accessibility is a key factor and perhaps distance is also an important consideration, then these accessible walks should address both. Whether you're looking for a long walk such as the Mawddach Trail or a short stroll along the Traeth Benar boardwalk, what these walks have in common is that they have been designed with accessibility in mind. These walks are relatively short and most have sections that are accessible to wheelchair users. They are also suitable for those who want to use pushchairs and are great leisure walks. The Mawddach Trail is also suitable for cyclists and is considered one of the best trails in Britain. Most of these accessible walks have facilities nearby including parking, picnic tables and toilets.
Dôl Idris Path - Access for All Walk
Fancy a leisurely turn in beautiful parkland at the foot of Cader Idris in the south of the National Park? Over the last few years the Snowdonia National Park Authority has developed 1.25 kilometres of accessible path at this special spot.
Distance: Approximately 1.25km of accessible path« more details
Foel Ispri Path, Dolgellau - Access for All Walk
Here you can enjoy breathtaking views of the Mawddach estuary from one of Wales’ highest vantage points which is accessible to wheelchairs. There is approximately 300 metres of path suitable for wheelchair users.
Distance: 300 metres of accessible trail« more details
Bala - Lake, River & Town - Access for All Walk
This is a great leisure path to experience the historic town of Bala and surroundings. Start at the Llyn Tegid foreshore where you can enjoy a relaxing environment by the lake, a perfect place to have a picnic before or after your journey.
Distance: 2 miles - 3.25 km« more details