Snowdonia National Park

Snowdonia National Park covers an area of 838 square miles and contains some of the most magnificent scenery
in Wales. Its Welsh name is ‘Eryri’ meaning ‘ the place of the eagles’. The biggest, boldest mountains in Wales and England are to be found  here in the Snowdonia. There’s also a long coastline of sandy beaches, spectacular cliffs and glorious estuaries.

The National Park encompasses an area spanning from just south of historic Conway on the North Wales coast toward Caernarfon in the west and southwards to picturesque Aberdovey and the popular Lake Bala in the east. Its rugged highlands and beautiful valleys are rich in cultural heritage and wildlife.

My National Parks has the largest and most up-to-date listings for Snowdonia national park, we have: accommodation, holidays, hotels, events, pub guides, restaurants, attractions, festivals and extensive tourist information. We have in depth resources for all Snowdonia activities inc: mountaineering, mountain biking, cycling, walking, hiking, climbing, sailing, general outdoor activity centres, water sports and horse riding.

Also have a look at our Snowdonia maps and guides sections, geography, history, geology, and weather pages.

Tourist Activities and Attractions in Snowdonia: Castles, museums, nature, wildlife, farms, historic sites, arts and crafts, visitor centres, gardens and parks, country houses.

Snowdonia National Park – Holidays and Accommodation: Hotels, bed and breakfasts, camping and caravan sites, self catering, hostels, holiday cottages, holidays, weekend breaks, inns, activity and adventure holidays.

Places to eat and drink in Snowdonia National Park: traditional country pubs and inns, local restaurants, tea rooms, coffee shops cafes and local food shops.

Snowdonia National Park Festivals and Events:  Regular or one off celebrations in Snowdonia Festivals:  Beer/Food/Book Arts/ Music/Film/Literature. Village fetes, seasonal rural events, country fairs, rural shows, historic re-enactments. Traditional local sports, charity events, novelty activities, runs, races  and rides.

Families and Kids Activities in Snowdonia National Park : Child, family friendly activities, attractions, playgrounds and family fun.

Snowdonia Tourist Information Centres: When you are already on the ground and you need to know more drop in and ask the friendly local Snowdonia experts.

Adventure and Outdoor Activity Centres in Snowdonia activity centres offering multiple and varied adventure activities, including water sports.

Snowdonia  National Park Outdoor Activities Guide: Walking, hiking, mountain biking, watersports, horse riding, sailing ,fishing.

Indoor Leisure Activities in Snowdonia National Park : Cinemas, leisure centres, skating rinks and bowling alleys.

Snowdonia Maps and Guides: Ordinance Survey OS maps, AA guides, classic Snowdonia guides, digital map resources.

Landmarks and Highlights: Well known towns, views, trails, lakes, and walks that make the Snowdonia National Park  special. This is our mini-guide to Snowdonia’s most popular and scenic features.

Transport to the Snowdonia National Park – Getting there: coaches, railways, flights, roads and ferries.

Transport in and around Snowdonia – Getting about once your there; trains, buses, roads, boats, bikes and car parks.

Snowdownia History Geology and Geography: Learn more about the past of the Snowdonia national park, how it has been shaped by geological forces, human behaviour, industrial development, its history as a national park & general facts and figures.

Snowdownia Weather and Climate: History of weather patterns, sunshine, temperature and rainfall averages. Sources for long and short time Snowdonia weather forecasts and predictions.