This is the second part of our tour of Llanbedrog (see Llanbedrog #1 to #5 for info). It can be added to the first series to make a longer circular walk of about 6 miles in total. For details about the area and parking suggestions see Llanbedrog #1 Glyn Y Weddw (GC8EFM6). Although this series is only about 4 miles long, it's not for the faint hearted or weak legged as it involves quite a bit of climbing and descending. It can also be very wet and boggy on the headland after rain. It takes you into what was once the centre of the village, with butcher, hairdresser, fishmonger, post office, newsagent etc, until modern shopping habits closed them down leaving just the minimarket and pharmacy.
Continuing the walk from Llanbedrog #11, follow the path until you reach a wall with a gap in it. Step through the gap then turn right and take the path downhill, through a gate and past some farm buildings (keeping right). Take this path downhill until you reach a road. Cross the road and walk up the lane ahead of you. Follow the road until you reach a fork at a house called “ Pendyffryn”where the lane turns right (and becomes more of a proper road) and there is bridle path going straight on. Take the bridle path and walk down-hill for a short way to the cache.
To get back to your starting point at Llanbedrog #1 and the road to the beach, either continue down the bridle path to the main road then turn right, or retrace your steps up the bridle path and turn left down the lane to the beach.