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Digwyddiadau ym Metws-y-Coed a'r ardal
There is always lots on - and lots to do and see - in and around Betws-y-Coed.
In addition to the events in the calendar below there are regular events throughout the summer:
Eglwys Santes Fair, Betws-y-Coed - Cyngerdd Corau Meibion . Nos Sul yn Mehefin, Awst a Medi.
Marchnad Hen Bethau, Betws-y-Coed - Bore dydd Iau yn yr Haf.
Ffair Llyfrau, Betws-y-Coed - Bore dydd Sadwrn.
Hint if you see a + symbol click the event for more information!
October 26th - 29th
Wales Rally GB / Ralli Cymru GB
Betws-y-Coed & Penmachno
November 4th - 5th
Snowdonia Walking Festival
Capel Curig, Snowdonia
Welcome to the Snowdonia Walking Festival website. We are delighted that the 2017 Snowdonia Walking Festival will be organised in partnership with Plas y Brenin, the National Mountain Centre. Plas y Brenin, in Capel Curig has been operating as the National Mountain Centre since 1954. There is nowhere else with the same experience not just of leading walks, and expeditions, but with the training and assessment of mountain leaders and mountaineering instructors. Plas y Brenin will be providing all our walk leaders so you can be sure of the highest quality leadership and expect to be safely led, well looked after and entertainingly informed about the places you are walking.
Plas Y Brenin
Entrance fee: Walks from £15
(advanced booking required)
Note: The map is generated from the postcode and may not represent the exact location.
Capel Curig, Conwy, Snowdonia, , United Kingdom ,
Betws Y Coed Trail Challenge
Betws Y Coed
Betws-y-Coed Trail Challenge was established in 2013 by not-for-profit community group Betws Ymlaen. Our aim is to stage an event that is challenging and enjoyable for the competitors and that showcases the stunning lakes and forests around Betws-y-Coed - the Gateway to Snowdonia. During the day we will also have a number of attractions for families and spectators around the village while the race takes place, including a junior fun run.
Conwy Half Marathon
Voted in the top 5 most scenic Half Marathons in the UK by Readers of Runners World”, This GREAT Half Marathon now in its 9th year and “already being regarded as a classic” The start & finish is on the quayside in front of the 700+ year old Conwy Castle. 2016 Saw over 3,000 runners take part, many PB’s were achieved.
The route runs along the road adjacent to the Conwy River as it proceeds towards Deganwy beach and the West Shore Llandudno, from there it goes along church Walks towards Llandudno Pier, then around the Great Orme taking in views of the Isle of Anglesey, Puffin Island and the surrounding North Wales coastline, then back to Conwy and the finish line.
Entrance fee: From £30
(advanced booking required)
December 1st - 2nd
December 2nd - 3rd
Nadolig Betws-y-Coed Christmas