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North Wales

This section covers Anglesey, Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Gwynedd and Wrexham

Disabled Access, Wheelchair walks, Easy Access, Access for All, Mobility, Walks on Wheels, Miles without Stiles, Buggy Walks - whatever the term the following is all about accessibility to the countryside and green spaces of North Wales

These are general websites which have details of some accessible places or walks that may not be listed on our County pages.


Easy access attractions in North Wales - on the Visit Wales website

A guide to Recreation around the reservoirs of Wales - download this Archived PDF leaflet from Welsh Water giving details of the facilities at their sites Archived PDF download

Clwydian Range AONB - Download the Archived PDF map - showing accessible walks Archive PDF download

Erddig - 18th-century country house, formal walled garden and 1,200-acre country park - National Trust (Charges for non-members) - see the ACE article click here

Snowdonia For All - 'Snowdonia for All', a project which aims to encourage disabled people, people with restrited mobility or parents who have young children to visit Snowdonia and have an enjoyable and relaxing time.

Wrexham (Different Ways To Access The Countryside) - details of 8 walks - also of local fishing and horseriding for disabled people - see also Archive PDF download


Other Useful Links

Carers Outreach Service North West Wales (Gwynedd) - If you are a carer, your local Carers’ Centre may be able to help make things easier for you. Each centre delivers a wide range of local support services to meet the needs of carers in its community.

10 Accessible Beaches in Wales on the Visit Wales website

Accessible Toilets in the Snowdonia area - information provided by the Snowdonia National Park Authority which includes toilets owned by Gwynedd County Council.


Family and Disabled Support Organisations in Wales

Afasic Cymru - Afasic Cymru supports parents of children with speech and language and communication impairments.

Age Cymru - Age Cymru is the leading charity for all older people in Wales. We campaign, we research and we fundraise to make sure we build a better life for all older people

Carers Wales - Carers Wales is a charity set up to support people who care for an elderly relative, a sick friend or a disabled family member. We are part of Carers UK.

Cartrefi Cymru - is a not-for-profit organisation that supports people in Wales to lead fulfilled lives, at home and in the community.

Children in Wales - Children in Wales is the national umbrella children's organisation in Wales

Dewis Cymru - the place for information about well-being in Wales...information that can help you think about what matters to you, along with information about local organisations and services that can help!

Disability Wales - Disability Wales on-line – your first port of call for information, comment, opinion and opportunities for getting involved in campaigning for disability equality.

North Wales Resources Centre For Disabled People - Concerned with practical aspects of daily living to improve the quality of life of users and carers.

Fairbridge Cymru - Fairbridge Cymru has been working with young people aged 13-25 in Wales for over 21 years, and was formally registered as an independent Welsh charity with the Charity Commission in 2004.

Mencap Cymru - We support people with a learning disability to live more independently.

MS Society Cymru - Since 1956, we’ve been working to beat MS in Wales. We raise awareness of MS, make it a priority at political level and provide support and information to people affected by MS around the country.


Dewis Cymru - the new well-being information website for organisations and citizens across Wales - info, links etc


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