Snowdonia Mountains & Coast

Explore Snowdonia, the mountainous heart of southern Britain, with a beautifully rugged coastline and reputation for fine dining. Discover that there is much more to the region than just stunning  peaks. Learn more; Visit Wales. 

 
Visit the official regional website for more information: visitsnowdonia.info

View from the summit of Snowdon.

Walking up Snowdon

Tips and advice for safely walking up Wales’ highest mountain, Snowdon. Read about the routes, what to see and what to take with you.
Walking path along the lake Llyn Idwal, Snowdonia National Park

Snowdonia National Park

Wild landscapes and villages steeped in history.

Bardsey Island, seen from Mynydd Mawr, Snowdonia

The Llŷn AONB

This superb area draws families, walkers, watersports fans and is a haven for wildlife spotters too.

Two canoes on Bala lake

Bala breaks

A lake surrounded by mountains, rich in culture, Bala is ‘real’ Wales at its very best.

Walking path along the lake Llyn Idwal, Snowdonia National Park

Living the High Life

Snowdonia is action-packed but it has its softer side, too, with plenty of family attractions.

Jo Dennison at Surf Snowdonia

Active in Snowdonia

Inspirational ideas to get you active in the Snowdonia National Park.

Green hills and mountain views

Betws-y-Coed activities

Once a major coaching centre, now fast-becoming the adventure activity centre of the UK.

Harlech Castle courtyard

3 days family fun in Snowdonia

An activities tour of Snowdonia allows you to share the fun for the ultimate family holiday.