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Snowdonia

Situated on the west coast of Wales, Snowdonia National Park is one of the most beautiful, historic and diverse landscapes of Britain, making it Wales’ undisputed activity capital.
It covers 823 square miles and is world renowned for its rugged landscape and geology, and Wales’s highest mountain, Snowdon, also known by its historical name Yr Wyddfa.

The Fandance

One of the most challenging yet rewarding walks in the Peaks, starting in Edale …

Aber Falls and Distillery

Taking in Malham Cove, Gordale Scar and Janet’s Foss, join us on another one of Britain’s favourite and iconic walks ….

Crib Lem Horseshoe

Y Garn itself, standing at 947m, is the tenth highest peak in Wales and forms part of the fantastic Glyderau mountain range.

Pen yr Helgi Du

Y Garn itself, standing at 947m, is the tenth highest peak in Wales and forms part of the fantastic Glyderau mountain range.

Senior’s Gully

Y Garn itself, standing at 947m, is the tenth highest peak in Wales and forms part of the fantastic Glyderau mountain range.

Y Garn

Y Garn itself, standing at 947m, is the tenth highest peak in Wales and forms part of the fantastic Glyderau mountain range.

Tryfan

Welcome to Nature’s playground! …

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