Visit Snowdonia National Park

Things to do in Wales

Snowdonia National Park is the largest national park in the country, home to the highest mountain in Wales. Whether you are an avid mountain climber or prefer the gentler trails, there is a way to enjoy the 838 square miles of stunning scenery in Snowdonia for everyone.

The biggest national park in Wales is not just for thrill seekers and adrenaline junkies. Covering areas of extraordinary beauty, Snowdonia National Park is the idyllic place to explore the Welsh countryside and relax and unwind. From leisurely country strolls to picnics by the lakes, you can come away from Snowdonia rejuvenated and feeling serene.

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Snowdon

Snowdon, the highest peak in Snowdonia and the highest mountain in Wales and England, is one of the most popular places to hike in the UK. There are six different walking routes to choose from, but whichever way you climb to the summit you will face beautiful views when you arrive. Standing at 3,560 feet tall, you will be able to view Anglesey, Pembrokeshire and even as far as Ireland from the top of this incredible mountain.

Zip World

If climbing Snowdon doesn’t excite you enough then you’ll be hard pressed to find anything more thrilling than Zip World. In the heart of Snowdonia National Park, is the world’s fastest zip wire at an incredible 100mph. Riding 500m over the Penrhyn Quarry, there is no more exciting way to enjoy the views of Mid Wales than flying high on one of this zip lines!

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Bounce Below

You don’t have to be high up in Snowdonia to get your heart pumping! Underneath Zip World is Bounce Below. Bounce Below is an enormous cavern (twice the size of St Paul’s Cathedral) that has been converted into an extravagant underground trampoline! This adrenaline rushing, bouncing activity is 100 feet below the Earth’s surface.

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The Railway

You can sit back and enjoy the views of Snowdonia without having to work up a sweat. The Snowdon Railway travels three quarters up Snowdon and provides breath-taking views of this beautiful area. This magnificent train ride is the perfect way to sit back, relax and enjoy the Welsh mountain views from comfort.

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