Huw Tom’s home at Pen y Ffridd near Rowen
Memorial stone on the Huw Tom walk
Huw Tom Upland Walk from Penmaenmawr to Rowen, 6 miles, 10km. The walk starts at New York Cottages, formerly Penmaenmawr Museum, Penmaenmawr LL34 6NP.
Who was Huw Tom? Click here to read the biography of HT Edwards, politician and trade union leader.
Getting to the start of the walk. Check bus timetable here.
Park in Rowen free public car park LL32 8YA.
Free public toilets in the car park are open mid April to end of October.
Important note… Re the advice in the Conwy Council walk leaflet, we do not recommend that you leave your car at Penmaenmawr, intending to travel by bus from Rowen back to Penmaenmawr at the end of your walk. The afternoon bus service from Rowen to Conwy is very limited. We recommend that you park in Rowen, travel by bus to Conwy and then to Penmaenmawr, and walk back to Rowen. Also, please note that our shop in Rowen, shown on the map, is now closed.
Mon to Sat No.19 bus at 09.00 from Rowen to Conwy train station, arrives at 9.24.
Bus no. X5 or 5 from Conwy train station, opposite the Erskine Arms, direction Bangor, every 15 minutes, arrives in Penmaenmawr 12 minutes later.
Sunday No. 19 bus at 09.11 from Rowen to Conwy train station, arrives at 09.24.
Bus no. 5 at 09.29 from Conwy train station, direction Bangor, arrives at Penmaenmawr Library at 09.40.
Note: Frequent Sunday service in summer, much reduced in winter.
Click here to download the Conwy Council walk leaflet and map.
Note 1: The Conwy Council walk leaflet does not print clearly. We have rewritten the walk directions. See huw-tom-walk-printer-friendly-directions
Note 2: Penmaenmawr Museum has moved from New York Cottages at the start of the walk. It is now in the old Post Office, on the main street in the middle of Penmaenmawr (August 2017).