Wild (Van) Camping Near Coed-y-Brenin?

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  • Premier Icon martinhutch
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    I’ve discreetly stopped in a couple of spots near there – parked up on the now defunct minor road which runs parallel to the main A-road – the one you meet at the bottom of the trails which runs up to the back of the visitor centre.

    Also in the car park/layby further up the hill in the Hermon area.

    Premier Icon nickjb
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    Plenty of spots round there. I suspect you’d be fine at the trail centre but I think I’d rather head to a quiet side road. We’ve done a couple of wild nights round there. Never had any issues.

    Premier Icon alexpalacefan
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    Car park just over the river in Dolgellau.
    Handy for the public toilets and the pub.

    APF

    Is there anywhere worth a look? Heading over Friday for a night solo and was toying with the idea of wild camping somewhere. If you get in late and go to the top of the car park is that ok? I know it says you can’t but I’ve seen people there before (albeit a few years back now!). Anywhere near the coast maybe near Dolgellau???

    timbo678
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    Go down the valley from the trail centre till you see the now closed (or was closed) pub on the right – just before that is a road on the left, go down here, over the bridge and there is a car park on the left, always parked there for a night

    Premier Icon phiiiiil
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    I found a tiny little layby up the little road from the holiday park chalets place; I was booked onto the campsite nearby but it was full of irritating people so I had a shower then departed. I had a lovely night looking out over the hills. I think it was the road that goes over to Bala.

    Cheers all. In hindsight I think I might just book into Cae Gwyn Farm. Be easier with the bike with me too as I can shove it in their lockup instead of having it in the van and having to pop the roof and sleep up there etc.

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