Snowdonia National Park



National Park
The Snowdonia National Park is Wales’ largest National Park. At an area of more than 2175 square kilometres, it takes up most of the northwestern corner of Wales. It is home to a dozen of the country’s highest peaks, these rugged mountain ranges and the spectacular coastal scenery on the Llŷn Peninsula and along the Cambrian Coastline make it one of the UK’s most popular destinations for hiking and outdoor holidays.
 
Snowdon
At 1,085 metres (3,560 feet) Snowdon (Eryri) is the highest point of Wales - and of England too for that matter. From the summit there are breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and the Snowdonia National Park. If you’re not one of the 350,000 brave enough to make the climb each year, then why not let the train take the strain. Jump on The Snowdon Mountain Railway, Britain’s only rack-and-pinion railway. Once you get to the top chill out with a drink and bite to eat in the visitor centre Hafod Eryri.
 

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