The Snowdonia National Park is presided over by the tallest mountain in Wales at 3560ft; Mount Snowdon. Grab your walking boots for the rewarding ascent of Snowdon's winding trails to the peak for panoramic views of North Wales and its coastline. Snowdonia is also gifted with a host of activities and attractions. Perhaps you're after a spot of adrenaline from the world's fastest zip wire, or a ride on the perfect wave at the world's largest artificial wave lagoon. Then there's the vast array of mountaineering activities available; climbing, gauge walking, or caving. For those wanting to take life at a slower pace, take a gentle walk through Snowdonia's network of exceptional walking routes, or even explore on horseback.
Looking for a challenge?
Are you an experienced climber or someone looking to challenge yourself? Some of the UK's most challenging climbs and passes can be experienced within the National Park either with or without a local guide. If you’re one for a challenge, then Crib Goch may be just the route for you. Not one for novice walkers, it’s a thrilling combination of grade one scrambling, steep slopes and slippery rock. Tackle three summits in one day: Crib Goch, Garnedd and Snowdon.