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WALES: All about ... NORTH WALES PATH.

The 60-mile-long path stretches along the North Wales coast from Prestatyn in the east to Bangor in the west

Running mainly along footpaths and bridle paths, it starts along a three-mile stretch of disused railway running from Prestatyn to Dyserth

The path is maintained jointly by Gwynedd, Conwy and Denbighshire councils with help from the Snowdonia National Park Authority

This picture shows a section of the path above Penmaenmawr looking out to Traeth Lafan and Port Penrhyn in Bangor

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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jan 24, 2006
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