Snowdonia National Park
Covering 838 square miles Wales’ oldest and most visited national park is also home to it’s highest peak . Snowdon stands at 1085 meters and over 350,000 people walk up it each year… if you want to walk the path less travelled though there are over 1,497 miles of public footpaths over, around an within the park so you’re bound to find a quiet spot or ten!
Of course the National Park isn’t just about mountains, there are also lakes to play on & swim in, forests and woodland to explore, rivers to walk beside & waterfalls to be amazed at.
Our top tip - if there’s been a torrent of rain head to Swallow Falls - the sheer thunderous sound of thousand of gallons of water pouring down the ravine is exhilarating.