One of the UK’s flagship adventure destinations, Adventure Parc Snowdonia is the ideal conference, event or team-building destination for anyone who wants to make a big impression.
A spectacular world-first inland surf lagoon sits at the heart of the parc, with expert instruction for surfers of all abilities delivered by the Surf Snowdonia Academy. There are all sorts of nature-inspired, weatherproof adventures at the brand-new Adrenaline Indoors facility, including high-thrills climbing walls, bouldering, artificial caving, flight towers and an aerial assault course. And a new Adventure Concierge service allows guests to explore an exhilarating range of instructor led activities off site, including gorge walking, abseiling, coasteering and mountain biking at other leading attractions in the region.
The award-winning facility offers high quality AV conference and reception facilities for up to 100 delegates, with a cool TiPi event space as well as a boardroom and more formal meeting spaces. Comfortable glamping pods, a lagoon-side bar, diner and the magnificent waves, mountains and forests setting make it a wonderful place to stay over. A high-quality hospitality offer showcases great local produce.
Adventure Parc Snowdonia has hosted events and activities for all sorts of global corporate brands, from Coca-Cola to Carlsberg, SKY and O'Neill. Larry Page, co-founder of Google, was one of the first guests to surf the parc’s world-first inland waves when it launched in August 2015.
Adventure Parc Snowdonia is in North Wales, around 7 miles from the medieval fortress town of Conwy. It is around 90 minutes' drive from Liverpool or Manchester.
The world-first inland surf hub, also plans to open a 100+ bedroom lagoon-side Hilton Garden Inn within the development together with new conference and event facilities and Wellness Spa, due to open in 2020.
The new Adrenaline Indoors and Adventure Concierge offers will launch this summer (2019) and the Hilton Garden Inn with conference facilities and spa is coming in 2020.
Published 25 April 2019