It’s not just about Snowdon in northern Snowdonia
Adventurer and navigation workshop leader, Jason Rawles takes us on 3 lesser-known but incredible routes in northern Snowdonia.
Snowdonia National Park in North Wales contains Snowdon, which at 1085 m (3560 ft.) is the tallest mountain in England and Wales. However, it is also home to the largest lake in Wales, Bala Lake, plus countless other peaks and paths to explore.
As well as walking, you can also enjoy indoor and outdoor climbing, horse riding, water sports and fishing.
Top 5 historic sites in Snowdonia
If you’re planning a trip to the beautiful location of Snowdonia, you’ll most likely be looking into what you can do while you’re there. For the history lovers, Snowdonia is a goldmine of stunning historical locations steeped in culture, legend and stories from the past.
Walking routes in South Snowdonia
Snowdonia, and in particular, southern Snowdonia has a network of walks for people of all abilities, whether you want the challenge of ascending Cadair Idris or prefer one of the leisurely walks in an around Dolgellau where you are guaranteed breath taking scenery and diverse landscapes.