Enjoy the views on the T10

3 months ago Thu 21st Mar 2024

views from the window of a bus on the T10 route

The T10 route between Bangor and Corwen via Betws-y-Coed runs through part of the incredibly beautiful and picturesque Eryri National Park.  Let us do the driving so you can sit back, relax and take in the views.

Things to do along the route

Visit the oldest city in Wales.  Take a walk along the Garth Pier or visit the cathedral, this city is steeped in history but also has a modern vibe due to its student population.

Betws y Coed
Betws-y-Coed is nothing short of a walkers’ paradise. This wonderful mountain resort, nestled in the Conwy valley boasts plenty of walks for all ages and abilities including Betws-y-Coed Bridges and Swallow Falls.  The town itself boasts independent shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs.

Llyn Ogwen
This lake sits between the Carneddau and Glyderau mountains and offers spectacular views.  There’s a circular walking route which is approximately 2.9 miles (4.64km) in length, or you could enjoy a light refreshment from the visitor centre and enjoy the views. 

This town is nestled under the Berwyn Mountains and is associated with tales of Owain Glyndwr, the Welsh hero who led a rebellion in the 15th century. 

Join the Coed Pen y Pigyn trail through ancient woodland to sculptures of animals and try to spot red squirrels which are rare in Wales.

Fancy something different?

Zip World Penrhyn Quarry
Thrill seekers can experience a range of activities at the Penrhyn Quarry Zip World, from zip lining down the fastest zip wire in the world to karting in the quarry.

Go Below Underground Adventures – Conwy Falls
Go Below Challenge presents a series of exciting obstacles on a subterranean journey. You’ll visit deep blue lakes and lofty caverns in your underground adventure with zip lines, rock climbing, abseiling and more.

How to pay for your T10 journey

As with all TrawsCymru routes you can pay for your bus journey with cash or card via contactless or Tap On Tap Off (TOTO) payment.  Day and weekly tickets for the entire route are available on our app as well as 10 trip tickets for those who travel now and again.

Below are some of our single journey fares which are available to buy on the bus with cash or contactless.



Child / My Travel Pass

Bangor - Betws-y-Coed



Bangor - Capel Curig



Bangor - Bethesda



Bangor - Ogwen Cottages



Corwen - Betws-y-Coed



Corwen - Capel Curig



Corwen - Bethesda



Corwen - Ogwen Cottages



Betws-y-Coed - Ogwen Cottages



You can also purchase the 1bws ticket on the bus or with the Tap On Tap Off (TOTO) method on this route which caps your daily fare at just £6.50.  TOTO is available across North Wales enabling customers to hop on almost any bus across the region, not just TrawsCymru services, using just one ticket.  Weekly tickets are also available at just £28.00.  Find out more about the 1bws ticket here.


The T10 service runs on an hourly basis on weekends and school holidays from 24 March until 27 October.  View the timetable here.  A different timetables runs during winter.