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For a very short country style walk this has a great pay-off. We were staying at the near by Quay hotel and had our walking boots, etc and carry sling and rucksack to transport our toddler. Trainers would be fine too if not wet, although...More
There seem to be lots of ways to access the castle. My approach was from Vardre Avenue, going via the track from All Saints church. It's best to do a little homework on Google maps because there are only a few authorised access points, with...More
There is not much of the castle left to see but a trek to the top is worthwhile. As it was a beautiful sunny day the views were splendid. There are a variety of ways to get up there... we happened to leave the car...More
Once you climb onto the top of The Vadre the imagination and history takes over as you stand on the first castle ,defending this part of Wales.views across Conwy estuary to Anglesey ,make this an interesting diversion from the Welsh Coastal path passing through Deganwy...More
We parked bt All Saints Church - off All Saints Avenue - only car in car park on the weekday that we went. We went through the gate and turned left, as indicated by the signs. This path was quite overgrown and we came back...More
Probably the best view in Wales - Snowdonia, Conwy Castle and the Conwy estuary. Well worth the climb. As a child I walked my dog here (45 years ago). Best and easiest access is via the twitten in Maes-y-Castell.