Consider booking in advance, timing your visit and researching before your visit to Snowdonia.
Around 4 million people visit Snowdonia every year with the summer months between April and September being the most popular times.
Planning your visit in advance is the best way to make the most out of your visit to the National Park.
There are many ways of travelling around the National Park, including e-bikes and magnificent steam trains.
Look into parking in Snowdonia well in advance to ensure a successful visit.
All the information on reaching the most popular peak in the National Park.
Information on camping and wild camping in the National Park.
Information on staying in Snowdonia in campervans or motorhomes.
How to keep your dog as well as the animals and wildlife of Snowdonia safe when walking your dog.
Information Centre staff have a thorough knowledge of all aspects of the National Park.
How to keep safe in the countryside and the outdoors.
Information on wild swimming and water activities such as paddleboarding and windsurfing.
The Park Authority has a number of toilets and facilities throughout the Park.
Information about catching the Snowdon Sherpa to climb Snowdon.
Guidelines for visiting the countryside sustainably and safely.
Information about cycling in the National Park including routes and safety information.
Wales’ largest natural lake and one of the most popular attractions in the National Park.
The National Park has a wealth of accessible routes for all to enjoy.
Discover the wealth of historic sites dotted all over Snowdonia’s landscape.
Information on lighting fires and barbecues.
Information about visiting the coast safely.
Shopping in the National Park is an unique experience with many locally produced products.
The National Park has an exceptional array of fishing spots to enjoy.
The latest COVID restrictions in Wales may differ from those in England, Scotland or Northern Ireland. The Welsh Government website has the latest information on restrictions in Wales.
No. Much of the National Park’s land is privately owned. However, miles of public footpaths can be found all over the area. More information about access in the National Park can be found on the Countryside Code page.
No. You can only camp in official campsites in Snowdonia National Park. The Camping in Snowdonia National Park page has more information on the best ways to enjoy camping in the Park.
Many of Snowdonia’s lakes and rivers are privately owned and you cannot use them for water sports or wild swimming without the landowner’s permission. However, information on suitable places for wild swimming can be found on the Wild Swimming and Water Activities page.