There are numerous benefits to volunteering with the National Park.
Volunteering is a great way to meet new people, learn new skills and help to protect what makes Snowdonia National Park so special.
Whatever your interests and abilities, there is room for you to play your part. You will also find that there are huge benefits to you: useful skills and experience, increased knowledge of the National Park, meeting new friends, exercise and the satisfaction of knowing that you’re doing something to help.
Time of Year: Summer
Join the Care for Snowdonia team this summer to help keep Snowdonia exceptional for everyone to enjoy. We will be patrolling the popular paths keeping the environment clear of litter and engaging with the public giving advice on routes and the countryside code.
Time of Year: December – March
Throughout the winter months we’ll be hosting many tree and hedgerow planting days across the National Park. A great way to offset some of your carbon footprint and help look after our planet for years to come.
Time of Year: March – October
Volunteer Wardens aid the National Park Authority wardens to look after Eryri, including path maintenance, litter picking and providing information to visitors.
All Volunteer Warden roles are currently filled. If you’d like to register your interest on our Volunteer Warden reserve list, please use the enquiry form below.
Time of Year: September –January
In 2016, Snowdonia National Park gained its International Dark Skies Reserve status, one of only 18 in the world. Meaning that Snowdonia is officially one of the best places in the country for stargazing. To maintain this designation, we need a team of volunteers to assist us in monitoring the quality of the nights sky to report back to the International Dark Sky Association.
Time of Year: Spring – Autumn
Join the wonderful team of volunteers keeping the ‘door open’ at Yr Ysgwrn.
By continuing to share the timeless messages of Hedd Wyn’s home about war, culture and community, we’ll be able to welcome visitors from far and wide to Trawsfynydd.