Snowdonia National Park located at Gwynedd LL48 6LF, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01766 770274

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Snowdonia National Park
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Snowdonia National Park
Snowdonia National Park
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Assad Latif

5 Google Rating

Doesn't matter where I go in the world, and I've travelled to nearly all corners of this little blue

5/ 5

Doesn't matter where I go in the world, and I've travelled to nearly all corners of this little blue planet of ours, Snowdonia still manages to be my favourite. Holds such childhood nostalgia for me, spent many a summer holiday there. Beautiful landscape, stunningly clean and such hospitable people even though they have the whole world of tourists there.

Joey Nicholls

5 Google Rating

There are multiple routes available for all levels of fitness, take plenty of water with you! There

5/ 5

There are multiple routes available for all levels of fitness, take plenty of water with you! There are a few different parking options around, ranging between £4-15 depending on how long you need to stay. They're are bus routes set up to take you to the main walking start line. Brilliant day out and excellent views from the top.

Mick Hudson

5 Google Rating

Fantastic place whatever the weather. Scenery and surroundings are so picturesque and the air is so

5/ 5

Fantastic place whatever the weather. Scenery and surroundings are so picturesque and the air is so fresh. From the coast to the mountain its all so green and the views are fantastic. Love this area

ian beswick

5 Google Rating

Absolutely stunning scenery, from valleys to mountain passes, waterfalls, rivers and streams. Numero

5/ 5

Absolutely stunning scenery, from valleys to mountain passes, waterfalls, rivers and streams. Numerous nature trails, hiking routes and historical villages. Be aware there is no free parking .... all have parking metres, and I had seen a few cars with parking tickets.

Ganu Gasperoo

5 Google Rating

If you get good weather, there's no better place on earth... if you get bad weather, there'll be a d

5/ 5

If you get good weather, there's no better place on earth... if you get bad weather, there'll be a decent pub nearby. Wait a couple of hours and the sun will shine again. Some great walks to be had here, and epic scenery.

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