Dôl Idris Path
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.
Over the last few years the Snowdonia National Park Authority has developed 1.25 kilometres of accessible path at this special spot.
Car park, toilets, accessible toilets, accessible picnic tables, Visitor Centre and tea Room (seasonal).
Bus Service No 30. For further details visit www.traveline-cymru.org.uk or phone 0871 200 22 33
This land was donated to the Snowdonia National Park Authority by Mr Ivor Idris at the beginning of the 1980s. It was his family who were famous for producing the well-known 'Idris' soft drinks. The remains of the old laboratory can still be seen on the sight.
During 2004 the Snowdonia National Park Authority and Snowdonia Upland Paths Partnership completed a great deal of improvement work at the site, the work included path improvements, a new bridge and landscaping. The path was officially opened in July 2004 by Lord Dafydd Elis-Thomas AM.
Three years later in 2007, with funding from the Welsh Assembly Government, the Authority completed further development work on the site and a 645 metre loop of accessible path was added to the original path.