A view of the Mawddach Estuary on a clear spring day with woodland lining the shores.
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Discovering Eryri in the autumn and winter

The spring and summer seasons are undoubtedly the most popular seasons to visit Eryri. However, visiting the National Park during the quieter autumn and winter months can be an incredibly rewarding experience.

Follow the #EryriMoreThanAMountain campaign to discover the wealth of experiences you can enjoy in Eryri during the autumn and winter.

A still from a video of Mair Tomos Ifans reciting a story at Yr Ysgwrn.
How stories connect us to the land

The stories of Eryri reveal our connections to the landscape.

The stories of Eryri

A still from a video about mindfulness—the presenter is standing facing the camera in a woodland.
Exploring Eryri Mindfully

Discover nature’s extraordinary capability to improve our well-being.

Explore Eryri Mindfully

Walkers on a woodland boardwalk in Betws y Coed.
Idyllic autumnal strolls

The best paths for your autumnal adventures in Eryri.

Discover autumnal strolls

View of Mawddach Estuary from Foel Ispri path
Accessible winter walks

Discover accessible routes in Eryri

Discover accessible paths

A view of the bridge at the centre of Beddgelert in the summer.
Things to do in the rain

Discover what there is to do in Eryri when the rain is pouring down

Things to do in the rain