Snowdonia and Llyn
Cerdded ar y copa, neu’n droednoeth ar y tywod – mae trysor i bawb yn Eryri a Llyn. Scale the peaks or go barefoot in the sand – there’s a treasure for everyone in Snowdonia and Llyn.
Some great places
Visitor centre provides a gateway to Llyn’s culture, heritage and environment.
Vast skies and dramatic coastline dotted with idyllic seaside villages and beautiful beaches.
Discover dramatic peaks and challenging landscapes in the heart of Snowdonia.
A landscape steeped in history and perfect for walking.
Whether you want to blow away the cobwebs with a short coastal ramble or fancy an energetic hike in the hills, we have 10 downloadable walks for you to browse.
So grab your boots and binoculars and head out for some fresh air with one (or more) of our self-led walks.
Stay with us - Holiday cottages on Llyn
A dazzling jewel of a place with sparkling seas, sandy beaches and vast skies, all this awaits you on the Llyn Peninsula. Stay with us at one of our holiday cottages and take your time exploring this special place.
Stay with us - Cottages in Snowdonia
Find your ideal cottage as a base for exploring the magical mountains, lakes and wooded valleys of Snowdonia. From small cottages for two to larger farmhouses on working farms, we have some very special places for you to stay at.
Stay with us - Hendre Isaf bunkhouse
Hendre Isaf Bunkhouse is a 400 year old converted farm building in a peaceful yet easily accessible corner of Snowdonia National Park. Escape the crowds and enjoy lovely rural views with friends or family.
Stay with us - Hafod y Llan campsite
Hafod y Llan campsite is a quiet family-friendly site, situated just outside Beddgelert. Its location makes it perfectly placed to explore Snowdonia.
Wild Wales - geology and wildlife
The landscape of Cwm Idwal was created over 500 million years ago. Its geology and great wildlife attracted Darwin to come and explore its great features.
Wild Wales - working with nature
You might come across a herd of Welsh Black cattle up on the mountains, or our famous Welsh mountain sheep, but the most impressive mammal found at Hafod y Llan is the feral goat.
Welsh Bible welcomed to Ty Mawr Wybrnant
An original copy of the Bible in Welsh is now on display at the birthplace of its translator, Bishop William Morgan.
Well known as a walking destination, Snowdonia has plenty for those seeking an adrenaline rush. From mountain biking and kayaking to rock climbing. Snowdonia is the perfect place for all kinds of adventures.
Footpath maintenance, bridge building, controlling invasive species and dry-stone walling, just some of the work carried out by our rangers. A dedicated team who battle extreme weather and high altitudes to get the essential work done.