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Hiking in Eryri | Snowdonia National Park

A hiking adventure in Eryri | Snowdonia National Park, a pristine natural haven nestled in the heart of Wales. With its majestic peaks, including the iconic Mount Snowdon, Snowdonia offers an extensive network of trails catering to hikers of all levels. Traverse the renowned Snowdon Horseshoe for a challenging ascent or opt for the more accessible Miner’s Track to soak in panoramic views of glacial lakes and rugged landscapes.

The park’s diverse terrain encompasses enchanting forests, cascading waterfalls, and meandering rivers, creating a picturesque backdrop for outdoor enthusiasts. Discover historic sites like Dolbadarn Castle along your journey, adding a cultural touch to your hike. Capture awe-inspiring moments from elevated viewpoints, such as Pen-y-Pass, and revel in the rich biodiversity of this UNESCO-designated biosphere reserve. Plan your hiking escapade in Snowdonia National Park to experience the perfect blend of natural beauty and adventure.

  • Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon) in Eryri National Park via Watkin Path and South Ridge Circular Walk
    The Watkin Path is one of six routes up to the summit of Yr Wyddfa, and in my opinion it is the toughest, the steep slopes near the top particulary from the Rhyd Ddu Path are challenging, and not to be underestimated. The first part however is an easy gradual climb through the tree’s and then as you enter the clear, you will see the peak and also the Rhaeadrau Waterfalls which you will pass, and maybe as we did, have a little swim in!