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Breathtaking peaks, spectacular lakes, rich history and heritage and a vibrant and unique culture

Every year, Snowdonia National Park’s astonishing landscapes attract millions of visitors. The National Park is home to Wales’ highest peak and Wales’ largest natural lake—two of Snowdonia’s most popular attractions.

The popularity of some of areas of the National Park means that advance planning and research is essential to your visit.

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Plan your Visit
Plan your visit in advance to make sure you get the best experience of Snowdonia.
Plan your Visit
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Llyn Tegid
Llyn Tegid is Wales' largest natural lake. It is a very popular location for water sports such as paddleboarding and canoeing.
Visit Llyn Tegid
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Plas Tan y Bwlch
Plas Tan y Bwlch, the Snowdonia National Park Centre occupies a superb position overlooking the valley of the river Dwyryd in the heart of the National Park.
Find out more
Tranquillity on the trails
There are miles and miles of various paths and walks for people of all abilities all across the National Park. This is the best way to experience what makes Snowdonia so special.
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