5th January -- Conwy, N. Wales
As so often, the weather was better than forecast. We had no more than a sprinkle of rain, and some sunny periods: nice walking conditions.

The 'C' group walk started at the harbour and continued to Bodlondeb Wood and around to the road leading to Conwy Mountain. Here took a long incline climbing to Sychnant pass. From the pass, we returned to the valley and over farm fields for our pleasant undulating walk back to Conwy.
Bodlondeb Wood View over Conwy

The B walk starting from Conwy Water park. Following the Pilgrims path to the tiny 12th Century church hidden in the hills. Then across the open moors looking for the wild horses and past a stone circle. Heading to Conwy over Conwy mountain.
Climbing up ..
..through Parc Mawr woods
The walled Pilgrim's Way leading to
St Celynnin's C12 church
Sychnant Pass
Summit of Conwy Mountain View to Anglesey and Puffin Island
Wild ponies
Tricky descent.. Dusk in Conwy

The A walk started at Colwyn Bay and followed the North Wales Coastal path to Llandudno via the Little Orme before climbing to the Summit Complex of the Great Orme. Descending to the West Shore Llandudno we followed the River Conway via Deganwy to the conclusion of the walk in Conwy.
Colwyn Bay
Holy well in St Trillo's chapel
Seal cove
Llandudno Prom
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On Great Orme
Conwy Estuary

Photos by Phil Cunningham, John Hodgson, Liz Hodgson and David Whitehurst