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Slate & serenitySnowdonia

Mountains of myth and lakes filled with legend cover this mystical part of North Wales. Snowdonia is an iconic area with breath-taking landscapes and folklore in abundance. Go and search for Arthur’s famous sword, Excalibur, in the waters of Llyn Ogwen or climb Snowdon for far reaching views out over the sea to Ireland. Visit the waterfalls and wander the coastline: explore the natural and cultural history of the fascinating and beautiful Snowdonia National Park.

The Snowdonia National Park (or Parc Cenedlaethol Eryri in Welsh) is found in North Wales and was the third national park to be created in Britain, after the Peak District and the Lake District. It covers 827 square miles and is mostly open, forested or mountainous but there is also a lot of agricultural land within the park.

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Adventures that you can do on your own, with the right knowledge, skills and equipment

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    Everyday Adventure stories from Snowdonia