There are so many routes to explore around Beddgelert, but this one is our ranger's personal favorite.
A varied circular walk with some of the best scenery in the area. The route starts and finishes at the National Trust Nantmor car park.
This walk leads you along an even path from the village centre, along the banks of the River Glaslyn to the site of Gelert's grave. You'll also discover the legend of Gelert and Prince Llywelyn which has given this village its name.
Stay with us at Hafod y Llan’s campsite on the foothill of Snowdon, in the heart of Snowdonia National Park.
Walk in the footsteps of Welsh legends to the ancient site of Dinas Emrys, but treat carefully, a dragon sleeps beneath it.
Explore the beautiful Llyn Dinas on foot or by wheels; our new multi-user footpath allows more people the chance to experience the magnificent views and varied wildlife of Nant Gwynant.
Learn more about our largest farm managed in-house, that includes the Watkin Path up Snowdon, a National Nature Reserve, campsite and renewable energy.
See the impressive tumbling Cwm Llan waterfall, and the Welsh Black Cattle that are creating more diverse vegetation on the slopes of Bylchau Terfyn.
Explore the lower slopes of Snowdon and Nant Gwynant valley this autumn discovering a landscape steeped in history and rich colours.
Discover the various habitats, wildlife and landscapes that make this area of Snowdonia a place to be inspired by nature.
Uncover Snowdonia's legend of Prince Llywelyn and his faithful hound Gelert. The tragic tale has given the village of Beddgelert its name.
Looking for escape from it all, or just seeking an adrenaline thrill? Craflwyn and Beddgelert has something for everyone, go for a walk or make a splash and try kayaking.