Snowdonia National Park is one of the most famous and recognizable places throughout Wales. It is also the third largest national park in Great Britain. It owes its name to the highest Welsh peak, Snowdon , which is 1085 m above sea level. Six trekking routes lead to it, which are the most popular routes of the entire national park.
But of course, there are many more hiking options there. The wooden footbridge in the Morfa Dyffryn National Nature Reserve or the trail to Cwm Idwal , which is reminiscent of a volcano crater, certainly deserves attention. The area of Snowdonia can also be explored with bikes . You can easily find pleasant, more or less demanding gravel roads or paths there. Snowdonia is also wonderful nature, geological gems and unforgettable landscapes.
Who is Snowdonia for?
Visit Snowdonia if you prefer to spend your free time actively . The local trekking and bicycle routes will allow you to reach the most interesting and scenic points of the national park.