Difference between revisions of "Dolgellau"
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Walk to the summit of Cadair Idris (2820 feet/855 metres). Parts of the route are very steep, but once on the shoulder of the mountain, the going is easier. There are several routes, but the closest to Dolgellau takes the so-called Pony Path, and takes about two and a half to three hours to reach the summit.
Home cooked local food, pleasant staff. Situated in former courthouse and jail.
Small, friendly fish and chip shop with two very small tables if you want to eat in.
Popular Bengali/Indian restaurant with all the standard dishes. Licensed.
Tucked away on the idyllic southern shore of the Mawddach estuary, the village of Penmaenpool is only three miles west of Dolgellau. Penmaenpool can be reached by road (A493) or via the disused railway line footpath and cycle route which starts near the main car park in Dolgellau. The railway path "calls" first at Penmaenpool, but extends another three miles or so to Morfa Mawddach and the Barmouth railway bridge which can be crossed for a modest toll.