The Great Welsh Mountains
Snowdonia National Park
With wild landscapes and villages steeped in history, Snowdonia National Park is a breathtaking destination. It is best known for its hiking so lace up your books, in Snowdonia, each day can bring a new adventure.
With its well-definted trails leading past sheer rock faces and grassy slopes speckled with flowers, Snowdon is one of the UK's most popular mountain hikin destinations. On a clear, the views will raise your spirits higher with every step. Make it to the top and you can reward yourself with a restoring mug of tea at the award-winning Harod Eryri visitor centre.
There's no need to limit yourself to Snowdon alone..
Dominating southern Snowdonia, the Cadir Idris range offers mountains walking that is just as challenging and scenic as its more famous northern relatives. It is a collection of four peaks - these being - Penygadair (893m), Cyfrwy (811m), Mynydd Moel (863m), and Mynydd Pencoed (791m).
The view of Llyn Cau below the summit of Penygadir is probably one of the most beautiful sites in Snowdonia!