To celebrate Wales’ Year of Adventure, we’re looking at the ways you can #FindYourEpic in Snowdonia. How will you find yours?
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!
Whatever your dad’s interests and hobbies, there’s an attraction or activity in Snowdonia just for him! Here are a few ideas for fun days out for dads in Snowdonia this Father’s Day.
Every summer, music lovers flock to Snowdonia to enjoy its many music festivals. But what other activities are available in the surrounding areas if you’re planning to stay a little longer?
Whatever your age, your fitness level or your interests, there’s something in Snowdonia for everyone. What type of break will you choose?
If you’ve visited Snowdonia before and feel that you’ve seen all you want to see of ‘obvious’ attractions, on your next visit why not try something a bit more out of the ordinary? Here are ten suggestions for unusual things you can do in Snowdonia.
“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!
School’s out for summer – and what better way to spend the holidays than enjoying a family break in Snowdonia? Here are ten great Snowdonia events your kids won’t want to miss!
Snowdonia – The Active Destination – offers endless ways to keep fit and active. Many of these activities are ideal for children; here are ten of our favourites.
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.