Snowdonia National Park
Boasting the highest mountain and the largest natural lake in Wales, its an area steeped in culture and history.
One of Britain's breathing spaces
The Snowdonia national park is simply breathtaking. Whether you are prepared to trek to the summit or prefer to stay at ground level, its diverse landscape offers peace and tranquility to those who visit.
At 1085m, Snowdonia is the highest mountain in England and Wales. For those wanting to take in the sights without the climb, there’s a mountain railway that runs to the summit in the summer months. Once at the top, the panoramic scenery shows off the surrounding landscape with views stretching as far as Ireland.
The national park is home to an extensive series of trails, over 100 lakes, and craggy peaks.