A view of the Mawddach Estuary on a clear spring day with woodland lining the shores.
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Exquisite uplands, enchanting forests, magical waters and glorious coasts

823 square miles of dramatic landscape where the mountains meet the sea. Lakes and scenery to collect one’s thoughts. Knife-edge ridges that take your breath away. Foaming waterfalls, vast green valleys, ancient marshes and wild river streams.

Breathtaking Uplands
A large part of Eryri National Park's attraction is its uninterrupted uplands. Eryri's unrivalled peaks attract hundreds of thousands of visitors every year and are home to wildlife of international importance.
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Trees at Felenrhyd and Llennyrch woods fill the frame on an autumn day
Enchanting Forests
Discover a new world under the canopy of Eryri's woodlands. From the hidden treasures of ancient forests to the peace and tranquillity of secluded woods.
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Llyn Tegid with Yr Aran in the distance
Magical Waters
With its magnificent foaming waterfalls, peaceful remote pools and snaking rivers, Eryri National Park is home to countless waters.
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Aberdyfi coast
Glorious Coast
The coast of Eryri is home to internationally important dune habitats. Such habitats are becoming rarer throughout the world.
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Venus in the night sky from Trawsfynydd
The hidden treasures of Eryri's dark sky
Many National Park species are wholly dependent on the darkness of night. A new world of creatures and treasures emerges between dusk and dawn.
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