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A wealth of treasures to discover and enjoy

Snowdonia’s uninterrupted landscapes contain a wealth of treasures to discover and enjoy. From remote hidden pools to magnificent high peaks, from rare and vulnerable species to a rich and unique culture.

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Landscapes and Wildlife
Landscapes of breathtaking variety and wildlife of international importance—these are some of the National Park's greatest attractions.
Landscapes and Wildlife
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Culture, Language and Community
The National Park has inspired a host of artists worldwide and is a stronghold of Welsh culture and identity.
Culture, Language and Community
And we’ll smile as we enter these rocky portals, because moments here, can enlighten lifetimes. —Ifor ap Glyn
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History and Heritage
Snowdonia is a backdrop to a rich history and heritage. From stone monuments to medieval castles, the landscape is full of history and tradition, ready to be discovered.
History and Heritage
Culture and Language
Place names
A significant number of Snowdonia residents speak Welsh as a daily language, and it can be seen in the unique place names of some areas of the National Park.
History and Heritage
Yr Ysgwrn
The childhood home of one of Wales's most prominent poets and a symbol of Welsh poetic tradition and culture.
Landscapes and Wildlife
Dark Skies
A new world is waiting to be discovered in Snowdonia between dusk and dawn.
Landscapes and Wildlife
Peatlands
These wet landscapes are one of the National Park's most important secrets.
Landscapes and Wildlife
Uplands
From the famous summit of Yr Wyddfa to the quieter, remote peaks, Snowdonia's uplands are a paradise for walkers and hikers as well as wildlife of international importance.
Discover Eryri

Friendly communities, an ancient minority language, uninterrupted landscapes and incredible species.

A strong community identity
The communities of Snowdonia are spread over five towns and twenty-four villages—each with a strong identity that is deeply felt by its residents and visitors.
The Welsh language
The strength of the Welsh language in Snowdonia is one of the National Park's defining features. This is the first language of most of the Park's communities.
Outstanding landscape
Snowdonia has nine mountain ranges, fifteen peaks over 3,000 feet and twenty-three miles of sweeping coastline.
Fascinating geology
Five hundred million years ago, Yr Wyddfa was underwater.
Species of international importance
Snowdonia is home to many species of animals, insects, plants and fungi of international importance.
Rare species
One of Snowdonia's rarest species is Lili'r Wyddfa (Snowdon Lily)—a plant only found on the highest summits.
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