A LITTLE BIT ABOUT US
Welcome to Trefriw Outdoors. The aim of this website is to promote our village and its environs as well as being a useful resource for residents and visitors alike. Trefriw is situated right at the heart of the Conwy Valley and is surrounded by the most verdant, scenic countryside. This most pleasant location lends itself benevolently to some of the most popular outdoor activities for all age groups including cycling and walking.
Many of the organisations and activities included in our website are promoted through a series of social media sites. Please take a look at the individual providers on the relevant pages of this website.
© TREFRIW OUTDOORS
Trefriw is a great base for walking and we have a network of walks for people of all abilities. Whether you want the challenge of ascending Snowdon, the highest mountain in England and Wales, or prefer one of our ‘local’ leisurely walks along the River Conwy, you’re guaranteed breathtaking scenery and diverse landscapes. We have a varied terrain all around us from rugged mountain peaks, to crystal clear lakes and rivers. In addition,The Snowdonia National Park continues to develop a network of footpaths geared towards walkers of all abilities.
We’ve made it easy for you to choose your perfect walk within Trefriw and the Crafnant Valley so you can make the most of your time here. Our series of eight ‘Trefriw Trails’ are ideal for walkers of all abilities. Details of the trails can be found on this website (click here).
Healthiest place in Wales?
In his book Hanes Trefriw (1879), Morris Jones writes: (translated from the Welsh)
“ Regarding the village itself, its position is such that germs cannot live in it — every part of it is on a self-
Further credence was given to this belief when it became known that Mary Owen, once Britain's oldest woman, was born in Trefriw
‘Everywhere is within walking distance
if you have the time’
(Some images are © Crown copyright (2013) Visit Wales)