Three Fabulous September Walks – still places left!

Read some of the previous blogs on some of the lovely walks which have happened in August. September can be a wonderful time to walk on Anglesey. Most of the summer holiday makers have gone home leaving the landscape empty and peaceful. The heathland is still in flower and many of the wild flowers still blooming.

Migrating birds are starting to move through, with good chances of seeing wheatear and maybe some unusual or rare species.

Sea watching can be rewarding with sightings of gannets, petrels and Manx shearwaters, dolphin and porpoise too. From certain places creamy white seal pups can also be viewed – and sometimes September can deliver the summer weather we haven’t had!!

Available walks are on:

Sunday 9th September
Rhoscolyn Headlands and Beaches as described in our blog walks diary.
This walk will last most of the day and costs £30 per person.

Saturday 15th September
Porth Dafarch to South Stack and Holyhead mountain.
This walk is also described in the blog walks diary – a favourite of mine.
The cost is £30 per person for just the walk.

Sunday 16th September
Four Mile Bridge with Rhoscolyn Headland and Beaches, a big walk and a new one for the website.
The cost is £30 per person for just the walk.

Alternatively the above two walks can be booked with Anglesey Walking Holidays, who provide great en-suite accommodation with breakfast, packed lunch and transfers. For the walks and the Friday and Saturday night, the cost is £155 per person.

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