Stunning mountain region in the north of Wales
Snowdonia Tours with Great British Trips
Snowdonia National park in North Wales contains some dramatic scenery including over 100 lakes, 90 mountain peaks, including Mount Snowdon which at 3,560ft (1085m) is the highest mountain in England and Wales; and 37 miles of pristine coastline and beaches, moors and wetlands, plus castles, steam railways and more, so if you love the outdoors, with a bit of history thrown in, then Snowdonia is definitely the place for you. Snowdonia's mountainous landscape makes it perfect for adventure sports like climbing, mountain biking and white water rafting, while there are also plenty of walks from strenuous all day hikes, to a gentle relaxed amble along a lakeside.
Want to visit Snowdonia?
Time to spend here: 1 - 2 days
More Information: www.visitsnowdonia.info
What's nearby? Caernarfon, Llandudno and Conwy
What transport do you recommend? There are buses but the region is far easier to explore with use of a vehicle.
Did you know? Legend has it that it that Snowdon (meanign 'Tomb') is the tomb of a King killing ogre. He supposedly met his end when King Arthur climbed to the top of Mount Snowdon and killed him.