Pont Cyfyng is a hamlet in Conway with great walking trails and sites. It’s best known as one of the paths to get to Moel Siabod. However, Pont Cyfyng also has an excellent range of walks of its own as well as numerous facilities and activities to take part in while here.

Walking Trails

Daear Ddu Moel Siabod Scramble

This is an excellent hike located on the eastern side of the park. When the western sides are receiving rain, the route is often drier which is perfect for scrambling over the rocks. It’s an 11.1Km loop trail that features a lake. It is perfect for hiking and nature trips.

Carnedd Dafydd and Llewelyn Circular Walk

This amazing route is best tackled on a clear day. It has stunning views of Tryfan and the Glyders with other beautiful views at various points of the walk. It’s a 14.2Km loop, rated as a grade one scramble. It’s one of the best ways to ascend to Carnedd Dafydd.

Other impressive trails on Pont Cyfyng include the Devil’s Kitchen trail that goes through Y Garn, Foel Goch, Mynydd Perfedd and Carnedd y Filiast Circle.

There’s also the High Carneddau From Ogwen trail.

Facilities and Amenities

Pont Cyfyng offers plenty of accommodation options for the travellers that went to spend a night at this hamlet. The Nant Cottage is among the best of them offering accommodation for up to six in three bedrooms of two each.

There’s also the Royal Oak Farm Cottage and the Treflys Bach. All these are within striking distance of Pont Cyfyng and offer pocket friendly prices and superb accommodation options. For guests that brought their pets along, Treflys Bach is ideal because it is pet-friendly.

Although Pont Cyfyng is a small area, it’s surrounded by villages and mountains full of heritage and world-renown reputation that you can visit during your stay. It’s unique location makes it an excellent option for those coming to see what this little village has to offer as well as those looking to leverage its strategic location to see the surrounding attractions as well.