Snowdonia Mountains & Coast
Designated as the first National Park in Wales, Snowdonia boasts over 800 square miles and has so much more to offer visitors than simply walking and hiking. The unique yet diverse scenery can be enjoyed from its nine mountain ranges where you will come across a vast range of river gorges, lakes and waterfalls. How high do you want to go? All 3,560ft (or 1085m if you’re of a metric disposition) to the top of Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales and England? If you don’t fancy the walk, then hip on the Snowdon Mountain Railway. Snowdon is the centrepiece of a huge National Park that contains not just mountains but vales clothed in ancient oakwoods, moorlands, lakes and a stunning coastline stretching over 20 miles along the park. If the dramatic scenery from the peak of Mount Snowdon is what draws you into this area it will certainly be the breadth of activities that keep you coming back time and again. There are an abundance of family friendly activities as well as high octane adventure activities on offer.
Visit Wales say...
An exciting destination that includes the Snowdonia National Park, Llyn Peninsula and Cambrian Coastline. A wide choice of attractions and activities – castles, narrow-gauge railways, golf, cycling, walking, award winning beaches, country parks, coastal path, World Heritage Site, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Heritage Coast. - Visit Wales