My Bike Rides along the North Wales Coast Part 14

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Penrhyn Bay to Abergwyngregyn and then onto Menai Bridge
15th July 2017 and 12th October(to Menai)
Part 4 Abergwyngregyn to Tan-y-lon

© John Robert Cook 2017

A wide pavement and at least you are off the main road, but not really pleasant cycling. Picture45.jpg

Finally at Abergwyngregyn. A walk up to Aber Falls from here is a worthwhile diversion.
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I had cycled 15.69 miles from Penrhyn Bay to Abergwyngregyn. My highest point was 291 feet.

According to my OS app, my total ascents were 606 feet.

In October I cycled the route again but carried on to Bangor and then to Menai Bridge.

Just out of the village, you join a narrow lane which takes you passed the Parish Church, St Bodfan’s. Picture48.jpg

Luckily, I met no other vehicles and no delivery vans for the whole of this section. About three miles down narrow lanes.
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Looking over the Menai Straits to Anglesey.


Beaumaris and my first view of Penrhyn Castle. Picture52.jpg Picture53.jpg

After the narrow lanes I dropped down and crossed the A55. It was very windy and a few minutes earlier I had ridden through a downpour.
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Back onto narrow lanes again. However, the route was well signposted.
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© John Robert Cook 2017
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