Tuesday, 15 April 2014

Croeso i Gweithredwyr Teithiau Ewropeaidd!

Walking North Wales is coordinating efforts to attract more German and European walkers to North Wales. One of the main ways in which such walkers arrive is by way of tour operators in their native countries. In order to enlarge this business we carefully selected some prominent operators and showed them the best of what North Wales has to offer in terms of scenery, footpaths, guides and accommodation. They all arrived on Wednesday the 6th of March and returned home on Sunday the 30th. In the party were representatives of Gaeltacht (Germany), Bistum Limburg (Germany), Wikinger Reisen (Germany), Boundless (Germany), Travellers Wandelreizen (Netherlands), Anders Reizen (Belgium), WI-Resor AB (Sweden).

A right (mediaeval) Welsh Welcome at Chirk Castle.
Walking the aqueduct.
Mike Smart and David Shiel led the Panorama Walk.
On the way up to Castell Dinas Bran.
Tea on top of Caer Drewyn.

The Eisteddfod Stone above Corwen.
The Miner's Track - only 2 km to go to the top!
Llyn Dinas near Craflwyn.
The Portmeirion Estuary.

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