Solo hiking & wild camping the Snowdonia Way

5 thoughts on “Solo hiking & wild camping the Snowdonia Way”

  1. I have swapped hitch hiking for cycling long distance, wandering if you could recommend any overnight hikes for a beginner? love reading your blog, you remindering me why i camp and go on adventures especially when just had not so good one!

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    1. hi joel, oh no! what was your not so good experience? I don’t really do overnight hikes..i either do day hikes or really long distance multi-day ones 😀

      for one week hikes that are pretty easy i would recommend the Snowdonia Way or the Lochness 360 up in Scotland.

      are you on social media? i just opened an instagram account – aimless.hitchhiker

      thanks a lot for reading my writing!

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  2. Thanks for writing this up! Did you hike this in May? Or just post about it in May? Wondering what the scenery might look like end of May/early June…

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