Mountains, castles and coast– there’s plenty of adventure to be found in Snowdonia, the oldest and biggest of Wales' three National Parks. Here are some highlights of the high country.
Visit an island, take a boat trip under a bridge, grab a ride on the railway, tiptoe around an ancient cottage – whatever you choose, Snowdonia National Park in North Wales is a spectacular setting at any time of year. Here are some of the things to see, do and experience in Snowdonia.
For sheer variety of experiences, North Wales crams more into one small corner than any other region of Britain. Here's an action-packed four day trip that's perfect for all the family.
Planning on going for a walk in one of our national parks? Please check the conditions before you go. Making sure you are prepared for the day is key to staying safe – read on to find out how.
The Welsh mountains that make our landscapes so distinctive were carved out in the Ice Age, some 10,000 years ago. They’re our defence and our lifeline, a challenge and an inspiration. Their peaks, slopes and views attract mountaineers, artists and Olympic sportspeople. And they’re endlessly exciting to explore.