To celebrate Wales’ Year of Adventure, we’re looking at the ways you can #FindYourEpic in Snowdonia. How will you find yours?
Real or mythical, there are several big characters who have played a role in shaping Snowdonia’s history and, by extension, its landscape. Here are just a few…
If you’ve convinced yourself that a visit to Snowdonia will be expensive, you’re in for a pleasant surprise… there’s actually plenty you can do for free! Here are ten ideas to get you started.
“Visit Snowdonia in the winter? Isn’t everything closed?” Actually – no, it’s not; it turns out that plenty of Snowdonia’s attractions are open throughout the winter, so don’t let a bit of inclement weather stop you visiting the UK’s number one activities centre!
The steam railways of Snowdonia are among the region’s most popular attractions. Throughout the year these railways arrange many special activities; here are ten worth checking out.
For many UK schools, in 2011 the Halloween weekend will come at the end of half term. If you’re going to be in Snowdonia at the end of October with your family, here are a few ideas for having some spooky fun.
The pretty market town of Bala in Southern Snowdonia has a fascinating history and is home to the largest natural lake in Wales. Here are ten things you may not know about Bala.
Action-packed Snowdonia isn’t just for outdoor adventurers; it’s a great destination for families, too. Here we look at fun things to do in Snowdonia when you’re travelling with very small children.
Everybody knows Snowdonia’s full of mountains. But did you know that exploring the insides of our mountains is just as much fun as exploring the outsides?
Sitting on the Glaslyn Estuary at the underside of the Llyn Peninsula, Porthmadog is a bustling little harbour town with a rich maritime history and a big personality.