Anglesey Walking Tours Holy Island


Common Questions


Walking boots summer or winter style would be ideal. Trainers with good grip can be worn on most of the coastal paths. (Holyhead Mountain then walking boots must be worn here) I recommend footwear with ankle support for all the trails

Bring a coat or rain jacket also bring a warm top and a spare base layer along with a warm hat.

Bring yourself a backpack rucksack, if you don’t have a day pack I can provide one just ask prior please.


Please contact me by email of your specific date and I’ll let you know the availability and confirm. Then if you can please proceed and buy the product in my online shop here.

I offer  5o % discount for additional clients on any walking tour. Please contact me and I’ll send a booking payment link via this website

Dogs are welcome although walk (Trip A ) is not suitable as we walk across several fields with cows! in addition walk ( Trip C) includes part of (Trip A) all other trips are suitable.

Food & Liquid

For all walks you should bring enough liquid at least two water bottles. For longer walks over 3 hours you’ll need to bring yourself a packed lunch and some sugary snacks to eat on the move ..


Grade 1. Relaxed pace, spending time of interest en-route gradients easy

Grade 2. Good paths but walks a bit longer. In mountain areas then sections over rough or steeper terrain..

Grade 3. Walks along well defined paths though often hilly or along rugged coastal footpaths. Reasonable fitness required as the paths maybe steep or rough in sections