Your Snowdonia Guide
Everything you need to know about Snowdonia

There is so much to explore in Snowdonia.  Peaks to climb, adrenalin-fuelled activities from zip wires to underground trampolines, wild swimming in glacial lakes.

Delve into it's history - historic castles dotted along the coast from Harlech to Conwy and its fascinating slate industry. Family fun at Greenwood Forest Park or Beacon Climbing.  Walled towns to explore, cycle trails to be discovered and events to look forward to.

From the tips of the mountains to the sandy shores, we've put everything you need to know about Snowdonia here for you.  Start planning your next holiday now!

From family-friendly strolls to heroic hikes, there are a wealth of walks to enjoy amongst some stupendous scenery.  Most people don't think of beaches when they think of Snowdonia - think again!

Try paddleboarding on a mountain lake, hire a bike and have fun on the trails of Coed y Brenin or book a mountain guide to help you discover those hidden peaks.

Indoor climbing, fun centres, castles, museums and historic gardens are all just waiting to be explored.

See & Do in Snowdonia

After a day in the mountains or by the sea, you will have worked up an appetite!  Hearty breakfasts at Pete's Eats or the Siabod Cafe will set you up for the hike ahead, head to the coast for panoramic views at the NorBar or for simple homecooked fayre on the shores of Llyn Crafnant.

From cafes to restaurants, pubs and farm shops - find out where to eat in Snowdonia.

Eat & Drink in Snowdonia

Pit yourself against Snowdonia's landscape in the Slateman Triathlon or book tickets for an evening of entertainment at Galeri, Caernarfon's arts centre.

Whatever your interests, there are a host of events taking place throughout the year in Snowdonia.

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