Follow the Countryside Code to ensure that the National Park is protected for generations to come.
By following the Countryside Code’s guidelines, we can ensure that Snowdonia’s areas and wildlife are protected for the future.
The Countryside Code is a guide to visiting the countryside, areas of natural beauty and agricultural areas such as Snowdonia National Park. You should follow the Countryside Code whenever you visit these areas.
A yellow arrow denotes a public path for walkers and mobility aid users only.
A blue arrow denotes a path for walkers, mobility aid users, cyclists and horse-riders only.
A purple arrow denotes a path for walkers, mobility aid users, cyclists, horse-riders and horse-drawn vehicles only.
This type of land is open to walkers and people using mobility aids. It is indicated by a round brown symbol with a person walking over hills. Walkers do not have to stay on paths on open access land.
A red cross over the brown symbol indicates the end of open access land.