Walking in Conwy

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Starting from the car park in front of Hafna Mine ruins, this easy walk takes the forest road uphill through a mixture of spruce, pine and broadleaved woodland with wonderful views over the Conwy Valley and Great Orme. The trail passes a house in the trees to the left of the trail and then turns right off the road to descend back to the Hafna Mine. The history of the mine is described on the interpretation panels alongside the trail. Length of trail approximately 1.4 miles.

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Conwy Valley View Walk

Type:Walking Route

Hafna Mine, Nant Bwlch Heaern Road, Trefriw, Conwy, LL27 0JB

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