An awe-inspiring landscape steeped in myth and legend.

Places to visit

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A person stands of a hillside of Y Foel, Snowdonia with the valley and mountains behind

National Trust Cymru bring ‘time capsule’ landscape in Snowdonia into its care to benefit nature, climate and communities 

Hundreds of acres of hillside in the slate landscape of Snowdonia have been brought into the care of National Trust Cymru to bolster wildlife populations, tackle climate change and increase interest in the area’s mining history.

Our places

Group walking in Carneddau, Snowdonia

Top 10 walks in Snowdonia 

Get outdoors and closer to nature with one of our downloadable walks, put together by our rangers so you too can discover the fantastic places that they are lucky enough to call their office.

Natural wonders
Aerial view of four rangers planting tree saplings with guards in a wet field with Moel Hebog and woodland in the distance

New woodland takes root in Snowdonia  

Tree planting gets underway in Snowdonia this winter to help create a new home for nature and tackle climate change.

Three people walking past a river on the Migneint, Conwy

Upper Conwy Catchment Project 

Find out how we're working with partners and communities for a healthier, cleaner catchment.

Curlew wading through healthy wet peatland with it's curved bill

Peatland restoration brings back rare birds after twenty years 

Find out how peatland restoration has brought back rare upland birds to breed at a farm on the Migneint after twenty years.

Sheep herding  at Hafod Y Llan


Snowdonia's landscape can be a challenging place to farm. Find out how we're working with tenants to ensure we have resilient nature friendly farms.

A land of legends

Help keep Snowdonia beautiful


With your support vital paths and routes in Snowdonia that are in desperate need of repair can be restored. Please support this appeal and help protect Snowdonia for ever, for everyone.