In Gwynedd, we have over 50.5 kilometres (31½miles) of easy to find, free to use recreational routes for walking and cycling which are called Lonydd Glas (Recreational Routes). Gwynedd Council and the Snowdonia National Park Authority have been working together to bring you this leaflet, in which you will find information about the five Lonydd Glas to be found in Gwynedd
These distinctive paths were established along disused railway lines and now form an extensive network. Situated in the picturesque Gwynedd countryside, this network is set in a region which is unique as regards to its landscape and people, and is a stronghold for the Welsh language.
In addition to enhancing your enjoyment of the Lonydd Glas, we consider that protecting the varied wildlife found in the verges along the paths to be an important part of management. The paths have been signposted and are easy to use, with most public services such as telephones and shops to be found at local villages. What better way to enjoy Gwynedd's green countryside than by following the Lonydd Glas network?
Use the links on the left to access more information about the recreational routes.