Wednesday 10 May 2017. I opted for a slightly easier walk today, just 6.7 miles with only 500ft of ascent. Starting from the seaside town of Criccieth, the only major climb of the day came as I made my way north to pick up the course of the Afon Dwyfor. It was lovely walking beside the river in the dappled sunshine of the woodland. The bluebells still providing a splash of colour.
I passed through Llanystumdwy, the birthplace of Lloyd George, on my way to follow the Wales Coastal Path back to Criccieth. There were some fluffy white clouds about today but there has been no rain for the last 9 days. I fear that this is about to change with showers forecast for later tomorrow and again on Friday.