With the UK release of King Arthur: Legend of the Sword almost upon us, and 2017 being Wales’ #YearOfLegends, we thought we’d follow Visit Britain’s lead and tell you about our favourite places to visit on a quest to discover Arthur in Snowdonia… Advertisements
As a keen cyclist and a resident of Snowdonia, one of my favourite treats is to explore as much of the area on two wheels as I can.
To celebrate Wales’ Year of Adventure, we’re looking at the ways you can #FindYourEpic in Snowdonia. How will you find yours?
At this time of year romance is in the air… even more so in 2016 because it’s a leap year! Thinking of getting married in Snowdonia? Here’s our guide to ten great civil ceremony venues.
You’d be forgiven for thinking that Snowdonia can only be properly enjoyed in the summer; after all, that’s when the weather is likely to be better (theoretically at least!) But there’s plenty to love about Snowdonia in the winter, too – here are our top five reasons.
As ever, there are dozens of fantastic Christmas events taking place in Snowdonia during November and December 2015. And as ever, Christmas seems to arrive a little bit earlier every year!
On a sunny day in September four of us took a trip up Snowdon. Here’s how it went…
It’s that time of year again! Looking for fun Halloween events in Snowdonia for 2015? Look no further – there’s plenty going on!
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…
Llanberis and Betws-y-Coed are two villages that sit in the heart of Snowdonia. They’re not big places, but they are certainly action-packed, as our list of things to do in these two locations shows!