Carrying on around the Llŷn Peninsula this 83 mile stage takes you across stunning cliff top walks, dropping down into Abersoch, with its colourful beach huts, past the unusual Mediterranean inspired village of Portmeirion, designed by Sir Clough Williams-Ellis, famously used as a location for the 60s cult series, The Prisoner.
On this stretch you will see Criccieth and Harlech Castles which, together with Caernafon Castle, were part of Edward I’s 13th century campaign to conquer North Wales.
This stage will be walked by Steve Jones and his team.
18 September: Serco Health
19 September: Acorn Care
21 September:Market Fit Group
22 September:Market Fit Group
|Date||Start - End||Distance||Ascent|
|18 Sep||Whistling Sands (Porth Oer) - Plas yn Rhiw||15.07 miles |
|3039 ft |
|Details Whistling Sands (Porth Oer) - Plas yn Rhiw|
|19 Sep||Plas yn Rhiw - Abersoch||13.97 miles |
|1250 ft |
|Details Plas yn Rhiw - Abersoch|
|20 Sep||Abersoch - Abererch||11.20 miles |
|786 ft |
|Details Abersoch - Abererch|
|21 Sep||Abererch - Porthmadog||15.28 miles |
|760 ft |
|Details Abererch - Porthmadog|
|22 Sep||Porthmadog - Llandecwyn||14.20 miles |
|2511 ft |
|Details Porthmadog - Llandecwyn|
|23 Sep||Llandecwyn - Shell Island||13.82 miles |
|552 ft |
|Details Llandecwyn - Shell Island|
|24 Sep||Harlech - This is a rest day||0.00 miles |
|0 ft |
|Details Harlech - This is a rest day|
What fantastic way to raise money for soldiers and families affected by active service. Robinsons is really pleased to be sponsoring this campaign and hopefully the walkers will pop into a Robinsons pub en route to enjoy our hospitality.
William Robinson, Managing Director of Frederic Robinson Brewery