Snowdon, or in Welsh: Yr Wyddfa, is the highest mountain in Wales, at an elevation of 1,085 metres (3,560 ft) above sea level, and the highest point in the British Isles outside the Scottish Highlands.
Llandudno is Wales' largest seaside resort and as a result is a tourist location, visitors are often found exploring Llandudno's elegant promenade past pastel-coloured hotels. It has a busy high street with many shops, cafes and restaurants, and is well serviced by a train and bus network.
Conwy Town a world heritage site with an imposing thirteenth-century castle and walls. Conwy's quaint harbour, revolutionary Telford suspension bridge, it's close proximity to Wales most popular seaside resort and the mighty mountains of Snowdonia make Conwy one of the world's finest tourism destinations.
A combination of fantasy village and extraordinary gardens, Portmeirion is the work of Sir Bertram Clough Williams-Ellis, a Welsh architect. He began building in 1927 on his own private peninsula on the western coastline of Snowdonia, setting it into the architecture of a wooded hillside and beach.
Forget time-consuming public transit during your trip to North Wales. This guided tour includes transportation that will allow you to visit more Conwy Valley attractions—including Conwy Castle, Bodnant Garden, and Swallow Falls—than you could alone. Plus, enjoy a mix of insider knowledge from your local guide and free time to explore each attraction during this comprehensive day trip.
Welsh Mountain Zoo
Born as a small family run business by the Jackson family in 1963, the Welsh Mountain Zoo - also known as the National Zoo of Wales, is the oldest and most established Zoo in Wales. Set on one of the most picturesque and unique landscapes for any UK Zoo, the Zoo occupies around 37 acres of lush green landscape.
Zip World won international acclaim when it opened Zip World Velocity at Penrhyn Quarry, Bethesda in March 2013. Offering riders the closest experience a human being can get to skydiving without actually leaping out of a plane.
Bounce Below are trampolines which are suspended in an old abandoned mine cave. You are asked to arrive 30 minutes before your booked time so that you can book in, complete the paperwork and get kitted out with a helmet and coveralls and receive a safety briefing.
The Great Orme
The Great Orme is a peninsula made mostly of limestone and dolomite, formed during the Early Carboniferous part of the Earth's geological history. Most of the Great Orme's rocks are between 339 and 326 million years old.
Llandudno Pier is a Grade II* listed pier in the seaside resort of Llandudno, North Wales, United Kingdom. At 2,295 feet (700 m), the pier is the longest in Wales and the fifth longest in England and Wales. In 2005, was voted "Pier of the Year 2005" by the members of the National Piers Society.
Conwy Castle (Welsh: Castell Conwy) is a castle that was built in the Middle Ages. It is in Conwy, in the country of Wales. It was built by Edward I of England. He built it after he went to Wales and took over control of it, conquering it.
Conwy Golf Course
Conwy Golf Club promotes and actively encourages the enjoyment of golf at all levels, within a friendly and welcoming environment. It is a championship links golf course that can be enjoyed by golfers of all abilities, from beginners to champions.
Maesdu Golf Course
Maesdu Golf Club is situated less than a mile from the Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno. An 18 hole Championship Course offering an enjoyable mixture of parkland and links with panoramic views of Snowdonia and across the beautiful North Wales coastline.
Pwlhelli Golf Course
Designed as an initial 9 hole course by Tom Morris in 1900, the course was extended to an 18 hole course in 1909 in line with the designs of 5 times British Open Champion James Braid. At 6,100 yards, don't be fooled by our par 69 course. The course is unique in that it combines tree-lined parkland golf with links golf.
Conwy Mountain Walk
A walk around Conwy Mountain on grassy paths, tracks and B roads, with superb views. A leaflet describing the walk and information about the mountain's history, geology and wildlife is available to order from Conwy County Borough Council. The walk takes two to three hours to complete.
The Great Orme
This walk offers spectacular views of Liverpool Bay, the Carneddau range, the Menai Strait and Anglesey. • Long route - 4.2 miles (6.7 km) • Short route - 3.2 miles (5.2 km) Great Orme Nature Trail. This is a circular walk around the headland, starting and finishing at the summit.
You are spoilt for choice for both long and short beautiful walks starting from Betws-y-Coed and nearby. The Gwydyr Forest is full of trails, old miners' paths, cycle tracks and long established forest walks which open out to reveal the enchanting lakes of Llyn Elsi, Llyn Parc, Llyn Geirionydd and Llyn Crafnant.
Snowdon is a staggering 1,085 metres or 3,560 feet in height, making it the highest mountain in Wales and England. Scotland's Ben Nevis is the highest in Britain. Snowdon is one of 90 summits that reach over 2000 feet in Snowdonia National Park, and one of 15 that reach higher than 3,000 feet.
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