Snowdonia is a dream destination for walkers, with soaring rocky mountains, snaking ridges, shimmering lakes and cascading waterfalls creating routes for all ages and abilities.

The star attraction of the National Park is Snowdon – the highest mountain in Wales at 1085 metres and the highest peak in Britain south of Scotland. But there’s so much more to Snowdonia than it’s highest mountain. The rugged beauty of the Ogwen valley gives walkers direct access to the much-loved peaks of Tryfan, Glyder Fawr and Glyder Fach; you can walk among wild ponies on the remote Carneddau plateau; and there are countless small hills and valleys perfect for family walks. You’ll also discover pretty villages, ancient woodlands, the relics of Snowdonia’s industrial past, and a fascinating history packed with local myths and legends.

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