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This listing only shows photos within Abergele.
Go to the national CycleStreets photo listings for photos beyond.

Shared use cycle route between the edge of Llandudno and Deganwy. This is a rare example of a sign with route information.

Smart building in Colwyn Bay with cycle parking.

Cycle parking near Betws-y-Coed railway station.

Milestone on the A5

Llandudno Junction

Sign reads: "CYCLING DOWN THIS HILL IS DANGEROUS"

Coastal repair works have been completed from Beach House Rd, Llanddulas - Ty Crwn, NCN5 path has now re-opened. http://t.co/aQI2MA3pqB

Well used cycle racks on Conwy's sea front.

Cycle parking in Conwy.

Ornamental cycle parking in Llanrwst town square.

Ornamental cycle parking in Llanrwst town square.

Cycle parking on the promenade.

Helpful map but could be at greater scale.

Rhyl's new harbour bridge cycleway.

Bike hub at Rhyl. Bike shop and cafe.

There's a new building on the beach at Colwyn Bay. It has a roof that you can walk or cycle over. This side has a DDA (Disability Discrimination Act) compliant weave of ramps, but the other side is simpler.

Covered racks at North Llanwrst station.

Decorative cycle parking outside Betws-y-Coed railway station, with some old wheel benders beyond.

Llandudno station

Llandudno station

Cycle parking near beach cafe and Llandudno's west shore.

Traffic calming - possibly because this is also a cycle route?

Yet another crossing of the motorway on a long ramp.

Steep descent on the cycle route - yippee!

Panorama shot of the cycleway with Puffin Island in the distance.

NCN5

Riding along by the beach.

Sign to town centre

NCN route 5

A Sustrans' portrait bench featuring Llywelyn the Great, Thomas Telford and Margaret Williams. See their brochure: http://www.sustrans.org.uk/sites/default/files/images/files/Portrait%20Bench/Conwy_portraitbench.pdf

Llanrwst was an important market town in a strategic position until a bridge was built across the mouth of the river Conwy.

Share With Care - cycling is now permitted on Llandudno promenade

Good cyclable ramp over the railway with no stupid barriers.

Some cycle racks near these Conwy noticeboards. One argument is that Conwy castle was built by the English to suppress the Welsh. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Conwy_Castle

An art bench on a mound above the cycleway, and above the Conwy road tunnel.

NCN5 coastal cycleway stops here, but the mast in the distance is a new cyclebridge, underconstruction.

NCN5 coastal cycleway by the sea wall.

NCN5 coastal cycleway by the sea wall.

NCN5 coastal cycleway by the sea wall.

NCN5 coastal cycleway by the sea wall, separated from the main line railway by only a chicken wire fence.

NCN5 coastal cycleway by the sea wall.

NCN5 coastal cycleway by the sea wall.

NCN5 coastal cycleway by the sea wall.

NCN5 coastal cycleway by the sea wall.

NCN5 coastal cycleway near Abergele and Pensarn railway station.

NCN5 coastal cycleway has an excellent width and surface along this stretch.

NCN5 coastal cycleway has an excellent width and surface along this stretch.

NCN5 milepost.

NCN5 coastal cycleway has an excellent width and surface along this stretch.

NCN5 coastal cycleway has an excellent width and surface along this stretch.

NCN5 coastal cycleway has an excellent width and surface along this stretch.

NCN5 coastal cycleway has an excellent width and surface along this stretch.

NCN5 coastal cycleway has an excellent width and surface along this stretch.

NCN5 coastal cycleway has an excellent width and surface along this stretch.

NCN5 coastal cycleway has an excellent width and surface along this stretch.

NCN5 coastal cycleway has an excellent width and surface along this stretch.

NCN5 coastal cycleway has an excellent width and surface along this stretch.

NCN5 coastal cycleway has an excellent width and surface along this stretch.

NCN5 coastal cycleway has an excellent width and surface along this stretch.

NCN5 coastal cycleway has an excellent width and surface along this stretch.

NCN5 coastal cycleway has an excellent width and surface along this stretch. Lots of Buddleia and butterflies along here.

NCN5 coastal cycleway has an excellent width and surface along this stretch.

NCN5 coastal cycleway has an excellent width and surface along this stretch, but this bridge is narrower.

NCN5 coastal cycleway has an excellent width and surface along this stretch.

NCN5 coastal cycleway has an excellent width and surface along this stretch.

NCN5 coastal cycleway has an excellent width and surface along this stretch.

NCN5 coastal cycleway has an excellent width and surface along this stretch.

NCN5 coastal cycleway.

NCN5 coastal cycleway.

NCN5 coastal cycleway.

NCN5 coastal cycleway, with milepost 1 mile from Bae Colwyn, 4 miles to Abergele.

NCN5 coastal cycleway.

NCN5 coastal cycleway zig zags awkwardly here between fishermen, car storage areas and dodging lampposts.

NCN5 coastal cycleway zig zags awkwardly here between fishermen, car storage areas and dodging lampposts.

NCN5 coastal cycleway zig zags awkwardly here between fishermen, car storage areas and dodging lampposts.

NCN5 coastal cycleway zig zags awkwardly here between fishermen, car storage areas and dodging lampposts.

NCN5 coastal cycleway zig zags awkwardly here between fishermen, car storage areas and dodging lampposts.

NCN5 coastal cycleway.

NCN5 coastal cycleway.

NCN5 coastal cycleway.

NCN5 coastal cycleway.

NCN5 coastal cycleway.

NCN5 coastal cycleway.

NCN5 coastal cycleway.

NCN5 coastal cycleway.

NCN5 coastal cycleway.

NCN5 coastal cycleway.

A dropped kerb, but nothing to stop it being blocked by car storage, Llandudno Junction.

The new road is just high enough on the right to allow walkers and cyclists through.

Llandudno Junction

Cycle route from Conwy to Llandudno Junction.

Cycle route from Llandudno Junction to Conwy.

A monument to the opening of a road tunnel under the the mouth of the river here, opened by HM the Queen in 1991. It will mostly be seen by walkers and riders along the NCN5.

Cycleway near Deganwy, on the Llandudno peninsula.

Cycle route alongside Deganwy railway station.

It was only after I got this far clockwise around the Orme road that I had been going against the one way flow. I had passed various signs that had suggested it was a private road, but I'd rather assumed they were there to stop speculati ... [more]

Bike advertising teas and coffee

Conwy Valley line trains run from Llandudno to Blaenau Ffestiniog, linking with the Ffestiniog steam railway and by that to the Welsh Highland railway (to Carnaevon) and the Cambrian railway (to mid Wales). It is a scenic ride and there ... [more]

Dolwyddelan station. The Conwy valley line is very cycle-friendly and a great way of getting about North Wales.

New cycle bridge at Conwy Cob with the spectacular Conwy Castle guarding the estuary in the background.

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