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Snowdonia National Park - Holiday Lodges near by


Snowdonia National Park LodgesSnowdonia National Park was designated as a national park in 1951.  It is the largest national park in Wales and 3rd largest in England and Wales.  The park covers 823 square miles and attracts more than four million visitors each year.  The park is located between Cardigan Bay, Conwy Valley, Conwy Bay and the River Dyfi.




Snowdonia attracts many hikers and climbers each year who hike up Mount Snowdon, or ‘Yr Wyddfa’ in Welsh which is 1085m high.  It is the highest peak within England and Wales.  There are over 90 summits over 600m high. Snowdon, Crib-y-Ddysgl, Carnedd Llywelyn and Carnedd Dafydd are over 1,000 metres high, there are a further 88 that are over 600m high.  So if mountain walking appeals then there is plenty of choice for all tastes.


Wildlife and conservation


Within the park there are 14 conservation areas and over 350 scheduled ancient monuments to enjoy.  Its harsh landscape is defined by its jagged peaks and windswept landscape.  There are over a hundred large lakes (over an acre) in Snowdonia.  These offer real beauty to walk round, paint or photograph. Around a fifth of the park is protected under both UK and European law to recognise its distinctive wildlife




These ancient mountains contain fossils and fragments from over 500 million years ago when it was part of the seabed. The ice age also played a key parts in shaping this beautiful rugged landscape.




Many people visit Snowdonia National Park to enjoy the outdoors and go walking. It’s a great place to go as there are many walks for all abilities.  The National Park Authority have produced a safety video which is worth watching to ensure you are safe whilst walking in the area.



Another great reason to visit Snowdonia is the fantastic cycling opportunities with a choice of traffic free routes, forest trails and mountain biking.  If you need to upgrade your cycling gear then is well worth a visit.

Where to stay

You can see from the map below there are quite a few holiday lodges to book around and in the Snowdonia National Park. Lodges are a great way to enjoy the lovely countryside this area has to offer.  You will have plenty of space with all the creature comforts from home.



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