I parked at the free car park at the library in Rhosneigr. I caught the early #25 bus to Caergeiliog. After getting off the bus I had all of 30 seconds before the #4 to Trearddur Bay arrived. It’s not that this is a really frequent service, I was just lucky because my first bus was late.
The weather had begun to clear from raining most of the night, to blue clear skies by midday. The walking was very easy along the coast, which was quite flat. I passed close to Rhoscolyn keeping half an eye open for the third of Anthony Garrartt outdoor paintings.
I arrived at Traeth Llydan and could easily see Anglesey Airport across a tiny water course. However, I was still on Holy Island and I now had to make a large detour north towards Four Mile Bridge. The route was predominantly on roads and had little of interest to offer. Four Mile Bridge is the name of the village that sits alongside a bridge that connects Holy Island with Anglesey.
I cross the bridge and pass a couple of farms. My luck is in at Penrhyn-hwlad where a low tide has exposed an old breached causeway. The causeway was easy to negotiate and saved me about a kilometre of walking around the inlet. I pass under and around the landing beacons and lights and finally around the airfield perimter before walking last couple of miles along beach. Took 4.75hrs to cover the 16 miles.
Distance today = 16 miles
Total distance = 1040 miles
4 thoughts on “69. Trearddur Bay to Rhosneigr”
I’m so looking forward to reaching Anglesey. Could see it across the water on my walk today.
Hi Ruth, are you going clockwise or anti-clockwise around the island?
Was planning on going clockwise. But open to suggestions.
Hmm, Don’t think there is any benefit going either way. I did it a/c simply because I was doing the WCP a/c.
Off to Somerset tomorrow to “fill in the gap”
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