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Nantlle pass Photo
Nantlle pass Photo
A vineyard, a beach and a castle
by alanfrombangor on Apr 27, 2014
United Kingdom
Road biking | 38 miles
This is a leisurely day ride allowing time to call in at the Pant Du vineyard cafe, a swim at a sandy beach and to visit Caernarfon Castle, a World Heritage site. At the bottom of the track from Graianfryn, turn right and ride through the village of Penisarwaun. Follow the road as it turns left at a junction, down the hill and across two small bridges, the first over the long closed railway to Llanberis and the...
Port Penrhyn Photo
Port Penrhyn Photo
Port Penrhyn Photo
Port Penrhyn Photo
Circular ride from Graianfryn to Bangor and back
by alanfrombangor on Jun 10, 2013
Bangor, Gwynedd, United Kingdom
Road biking | 17.9 miles
Cross the A4244 with care and up the hill, turning right at the junction and then next left before reaching the slate mining village of Deiniolen. Ride steeply up and turn left to Mynydd Llandygai. The road rises less steeply and you can enjoy the view across moorland towards the Carneddau mountain range. As the road descends you will see Bangor ahead to your left, straight ahead will be the Menai Strait as it widens into the...
Narrow road Photo
Snowdon Mountain Railway Photo
Llanberis Pass Photo
Llanberis Pass Photo
Snowdon and Nant Ffrancon
by alanfrombangor on May 21, 2014
Gwynedd, United Kingdom
Mountain biking | 33 miles
A ride by the highest mountain in Wales and back along Nant Ffrancon, with a few steep climbs. Much of the route is along "A" roads which are lightly trafficked outside peak holiday periods but are busy during Bank Holidays, summer weekends and during the school summer holidays. Part of the route is along a cycle track with a surface of slate waste which may make it unsuitable for a road bike with thin narrow tyres.  At the...
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Ceunant and Llanberis
by alanfrombangor on May 24, 2014
Gwynedd, United Kingdom
Mountain biking | 12.2 miles
At the bottom of the track from Graianfryn, turn right and ride through the village of Penisarwaun. Follow the road as it turns left at a junction, down the hill and across two small bridges, the first over the long closed railway to Llanberis and the second over Afon Rhythallt (afon is Welsh for "river"). Take the left fork in Llanrug, the Penbont pub will be on your right, and ride on up the hill and straight...
Entrance to the track through the quarry Photo
Incline Photo
Dinorwic pumped storage power station Photo
Quarry Photo
Dinorwic quarry
by alanfrombangor on Jul 09, 2014
Llanberis, Gwynedd, United Kingdom
Mountain biking | 11.7 miles
A circular ride through an abandoned slate quarry.Cross the A4244 with care and up the hill, turning right at the junction and then through the village of Deiniolen, which grew to serve the Dinorwic slate quarry but is now somewhat run down. Follow the road as it winds upwards through Dinorwic to the bus turning area where you take your bike through the gate into the quarry. The track runs through the bottom of...
Snowdon Mountain Railway Photo
Right turn to Nant Gwynant Photo
Roadside house Photo
Llyn Padarn Photo
Snowdon circumnavigation
by alanfrombangor on Jul 10, 2014
Llanberis, Gwynedd, United Kingdom
Road biking | 32 miles
A ride around the highest mountain in WalesFrom Graianfryn you can either ride straight down the A4244 towards Llanberis  or turn right and ride through the village of Penisarwaun then at the crossroads near the end of the village, turn left down the hill and follow the road which brings you out on the A4244. From the A4244 turn left through the small village of Brynrefail, the road taking you to the head...
Faded shop sign Photo
From the viewpoint at the quarry Photo
Former bus shelter Photo
Marchlyn Mawr reservoir Photo
Marchlyn Mawr
by alanfrombangor on Jan 26, 2015
Road biking | 16.3 miles
At the bottom of the track from Graianfryn, turn right and ride through the village of Penisarwaun. At the crossroads near the end of the village, turn left down the hill and follow the road which brings you out on the A4244. Turn right and almost immediately left through Brynrefail, the road taking you to the head of Llyn Padarn where there is a much photographed view of Snowdon behind the lake. Turn left just before the lake,...
Above and along Llyn Padarn
by alanfrombangor on May 04, 2014
United Kingdom
Road biking | 10.5 miles
A short ride past a castle and up above Llyn Padarn with mountain views and a level return along an old railway. At the bottom of the track from Graianfryn, turn right and ride through the village of Penisarwaun. Follow the road as it turns left at a junction, down the hill and across two small bridges, the first over the long closed railway to Llanberis and the second over Afon Rhythallt (afon is Welsh for "river"). Take...
Snowdon bike and hike
by alanfrombangor on Jul 15, 2014
Llanberis, Gwynedd, United Kingdom
Road biking | 37 miles
From Graianfryn you can either ride straight down the A4244 towards Llanberis as we did, or turn right and ride through the village of Penisarwaun then at the crossroads near the end of the village, turn left down the hill and follow the road which brings you out on the A4244. From the A4244 turn left through the small village of Brynrefail, the road taking you to the head of Llyn Padarn where there...
Entrance to the beach Photo
Seagull take-off Photo
The beach Photo
Aberffraw.jpg Photo
Anglesey and a beach
by alanfrombangor on Aug 04, 2014
Gwynedd, United Kingdom
Road biking | 46 miles
A circular ride on Anglesey, crossing both bridges to the island and with a swim on its best beach.At the bottom of the track from Graianfryn, turn right and ride through Penisarwaun. At the end of the village, turn right at the crossroads, through Waun and then right up the hill for fine high level views. You will drop down to another crossroads, cross the busy A4244 with care and after about a mile you will reach...
Bangor station to Graianfryn
by alanfrombangor on Apr 29, 2014
Bangor, Gwynedd, United Kingdom
Road biking | 7.5 miles
Leave from the entrance to platform 2, riding through the car park down to the road where you turn right. At the second mini roundabout, turn left just before the Union pub and ride steeply uphill along Hendrewen Road. At the top, take the right turn through Minffordd and keep on this road which passes over the A55 expressway at Caerhun and on past Pentir church and the Vaynol Arms pub to...
Sheep Photo
Dolbenmaen Photo
Roadside ruin Photo
Ynys y Pandy slate mill Photo
Cwmystradllyn
by alanfrombangor on Sep 09, 2015
Llanberis, Gwynedd, United Kingdom
Road biking | 54 miles
At the bottom of the track from Graianfryn, turn right and ride through the village of Penisarwaun. Follow the road as it turns left at a junction, down the hill and across two small bridges, the first over the long closed railway to Llanberis and the second over Afon Rhythallt (afon is Welsh for "river"). Take the left fork in Llanrug, the Penbont pub will be on your right, and ride on up the hill and straight...
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