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Things to see and do in Snowdonia National Park

  • Snowdon
    10.011 reviews
    Hiking and Nature, Hiking Trail, Scenic Lookout
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  • Llyn Idwal
    10.03 reviews
    Outdoors, Lake
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  • Llyn Ogwen
    9.02 reviews
    Outdoors, Lake
    Popular withAdventureBackpackers
  • Snowdon
    Outdoors, Park

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Tel Aviv

You can hike to the top or take the train and enjoy the view, this is one of the most famous hikes in the area and for a good reason. Amazing views and not too challenging climb.

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London

Snowdonia is a walker's paradise. The Snowdonia national park is full of great walking trails for both leisure walks and hard climbs that every year, many walkers come here to enjoy their great outdoors.
There are 6 major trails you can do here and my favourite is the Miner's Path. It takes you through the valley between two lakes and also has mining heritage significance. The walk is only 8 miles and can be done in 6 hours return.

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Leeds

Miles upon miles of stunning countryside, featuring dramatic mountainous landscapes and beautiful hiking trails. Climb to the highest peak of Snowdon - Wales' tallest mountain, or catch the Snowdon Mountain Railway for a unique way to admire the surrounding beauty. Snowdonia National Park skims the coast line and covers a vast swathe of unspoilt natural wilderness.

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San Francisco
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Snowdonia comprises a range of mountains, lakes and towns and it's hard to review them all at once. Suffice to say it's one of the wilder and most beautiful places in Britain. 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.

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Edinburgh

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.

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Austin

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.

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Lincoln

Such rugged beauty. Not very high by many standards, Snowdon is still quite a challenge to climb and from the top you can view 3 countries.

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Wonderful walking and climbing and lots more!

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Brighton and Hove
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London
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