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Snowdonia’s coast is beautiful. Stretching from the estuary near Maentwrog all the way down to Aberdovey and the Dyfi Estuary are uninterrupted views out across Cardigan Bay. The views of mile after mile of...
Being exposed to predominantly westerly winds, Snowdonia is a notoriously mild, wet region with rainfall greatest in the western half of the area on the highest ground. Snowdon itself is believed to average...
Walking in Snowdonia
This is probably the most popular pastime in the UK and it’s no different in Snowdonia. There is every kind of walking or hiking trail within Snowdonia National Park itself; whether it’s a nice easy riverside...
Outdoor Activities in Snowdonia
Mountain Biking & Cycling Many of the Forestry Commission’s conifer plantations in Snowdonia contain custom-made trails that have been designed to offer a variety of riding surfaces and seem to be hugely...
Snowdonia Steam Railways
You can’t go very far in Snowdonia without coming across one of the many steam heritage mountain railways. Although these now ferry visitors around the national park to view the stunning scenery, many of them...
Snowdonia Tourist Information
Snowdonia Snowdonia is one of the three National Parks in Wales and its 823 square miles encompass some of Wales’ most popular attractions including Mount Snowdon, the beautiful coastline around Barmouth and...