Snowdonia National Park is one of the biggest in Britain. It’s certainly the loftiest, boasting the highest peak in England and Wales. But there’s far more to Snowdonia National Park than Mount Snowdon. The Park covers 823 square miles; nine mountain ranges lie within its boundaries, containing over 90 peaks and 100 lakes - plenty of space for fantastic outdoor activities for every age and ability.
With wild landscapes and villages steeped in history, Snowdonia National Park is a breath-taking destination for activity holidays, short breaks or days out with family and friends. It’s best known for hiking, but there’s plenty more to enjoy, from waterfalls, lakes and world-class mountain biking to a vintage steam railway that climbs the highest peak in Wales. Water sports and fishing are extremely popular here with plenty of lakes, rivers and coastline to enjoy! There are extensive bridleways networks for those who like to explore on horseback, and there are world-class golf courses dotted throughout the National Park.
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