Cim Farm Circular Walk

The All Wales Coastal Path was officially opened on 5 May 2012. The 870 miles of path provides a continuous walking route around the whole of Wales - from the outskirts of Chester in the North to Chepstow in the South.

The project to establish the path has been co-ordinated by the Country Council for Wales and delivered by the respective local authorities in the areas through which the path passes. Gwynedd Council has had responsibility for the longest section, which includes 2 miles of the coastal headlands of Cim Farm. The work that has been done by Gwynedd Council to open up this 2 mile section along the coastline of Cim, includes the provision of a boardwalk over the waterfalls at Cim Pistyl, installation of a number of kissing gates, reinstatement of existing clwadds and the erection of some new stock-proof fencing.

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Cim Farm Circular Route

3.2 mile Circular Route

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Is a path that runs the whole coast of Wales, including the Llyn Peninula for 84 miles. I explored the 7 mile walk stretch from Abersoch through Traeth Machroes round Bwlchtocyn headland, past Traeth Ceiriad through Cim Farm and back into Abersoch. I couldn't have picked a wetter day to do this walk, but it meant I had the path to myself. It's a beautiful walking path, quite exposed but the views of the St Tudwall Islands are amazing.

Did you know the Pen Llyn recently celebrated its 50-year anniversary as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty!

Have you completed the any parts of the coastal path walk? Which is your favourite?

The walk is dog friendly, just best to keep them on a lead in case any livestock are out.

Definitely a things to do in Wales.

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The opening of safe accessibility to walkers along the 2 miles of the coastline of Cim, means that the opportunity now exists to take a circular walk around the complete boundaries of the 400 acres of Cim Farm.

A word of caution in that Cim Farm is a mixed arable and livestock farm. Please therefore keep strictly to the delineated path, so as not to cause any damage to growing crops, and not to interfere with any of the livestock on the farm land.

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Cim Farm, Bwlchtocyn, Abersoch, LL53 7BY