Snowdonia National Park Travel Guide
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- 98%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 74%Adventure Travelers
- 73%Local Culture
- 63%Family Travelers
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- Snowdonia National ParkCommunity ManagerMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersVegetarian+ 2Jul 10, 2014
Absolutely stunning scenery. Green Welsh mountains under grey skies are my happy place. There are hiking paths to suit just about any fitness level, but as one of the wettest areas in Britain, be sure to bring a poncho. It's also worth meandering through towns within the park -- these are some of the most traditional in the country and have some of the highest rates of Welsh speakers.Recommended for:
- Snowdonia National ParkOct 22, 2013
Snowdonia, the largest of of Wales' three national parks, is popular with nature lovers and hikers of all skill levels. The jagged cliffs, scenic remnants of the Ice Age, provide steep, challenging peaks, along with sloping, green valleys, seasonally blanketed with lilac and purple wildflowers. Camping and RVs are popular overnight options, but there are also several small B&Bs, made from local limestone and slate that are charming and affordable.Recommended for:
- Snowdonia National ParkMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 7Sep 19, 2013
a beautiful National Park full with traditional sights and the train up to the peak. can be crowded in the mid summer season. but it is very nice to walk down and see the magnificent views around youRecommended for:
- Snowdonia National ParkMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 3First to ReviewFeb 05, 2013
Snowdonia comprises a range of mountains, lakes and towns and it's hard to review them all at once! My favourite parts are around Llyn Ogwen and down towards Betws-y-Coed. I recommend entering in via Bethesda, near Bangor, for a dramatic drive.