Snowdonia National Park
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Snowdonia is named after Mount Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales, also sometimes known as the "place of eagles". Although no eagles have been seen over over 300 years its possible to see peregrin falcons.
There are 100 lakes in Snowdonia National Park, 90 mountain peaks, 37 miles of pristine coastline and beaches. Moors and wetlands and the tallest mountain in Wales.
Walks in the area, from walking to the top of Snowdon, to more leisurely strolls in the magnificent countryside.
Cycling, enjoy traffic free trails, forest trails and mountain bike trails
Fishing enjoy a huge variety of fishing locations and catch a wide range of fish including salmon, sea trout, perch, roach, pike and many more. Remember you will need appropriate permits and should contact local angling associations for more information.
Horse Riding There are a number of horse riding centres in Snowdonia who can arrange local treks.
Take a ride to the top of Snowdon on the Snowdon Mountain Railway.
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Self catering accommodation - ideal for a family holiday or group adventure break in Harlech, Snowdonia
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