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11 Four Mile Bridge – Trearddur (8¾ miles) Things take a turn for the rugged on this rocky stretch. As you wind around the nooks and crannies of the coastline the cliffs get steadily higher, reaching their peak at Rhoscolyn Head. Head to the old coastguard lookout point for expansive views across Anglesey’s west coast and Holy Island. 12 Trearddur – Holyhead (11½ miles) This final stretch is also one of the most dramatic. You’ll pass the iconic lighthouse at South Stack, perched on a rocky outcrop projecting into the Irish Sea. If you want to add a bit of height to your journey, a detour to the summit of Holyhead Mountain (Anglesey’s highest point) provides awesome 360-degree views. For detailed route descriptions and maps of the entire Coastal Path, head to www.visitanglesey.co.uk Step on The Coastal Path is just part of Anglesey’s walking wonderland Round and round Get the best of both worlds with a circular walk taking in both coast and countryside. You’ll find easy-to-follow loops across the island at places like Rhosneigr, Cemaes, Bull Bay and Holyhead Mountain. Check the Visit Anglesey website for route maps and detailed descriptions. Get fresh The sea is a big feature here, but our inland waters are also worth exploring. In addition to supplying drinking water to the island, the reservoirs of Llyn Cefni and Llyn Alaw offer gentle, easily accessible routes suitable for walkers of all levels. www.visitanglesey.co.uk www.discoveranglesey.com 41


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