After climbing Snowdon in terrible weather, we wanted a nice easy and scenic walk for the following day. We picked up the white trial and for the first 40mins it was ok, asides the flooding but nothing boots and WP coat couldn't tackle.
Nice views for the first part but once we were up in the woods and past the water fall, the route just got worse and worse for us. We were then on a tarmacked road, with no views, just the odd house to look at. It was a national road, so cars were wizzing past, almost hitting us as they came around the corners. When we reached the other end of the lake, we then had to walk back to the car, down the other side of the lake. This was better but again, not the best. The path takes you down another road and with a small dog, this was not ideal.
We live in Essex, if we wanted to walk along a busy road, we could, easily. Didn't expect to be doing it in such a beautiful location.
Its also alot longer then stated. We finished feeling very deflated. Waste of a day for us.
In the summer im sure it is very pretty but i still wouldn't want to walk along 2x roads, when you could be in the mountains or on the coast.
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