Snowdonia National Park
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Conseils des habitants
About a 40 min drive from Nefyn to Rhyd Ddu to climb Yr Wyddfa (Mount Snowdon). Approximately 6 hours to climb and back.
Snowdonia offers a wide choice of attractions and activities; castles, narrow-gauge railways, golf, cycling, walking, award-winning beaches, Wales Coast Path, World Heritage Site, Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Heritage Coast.
Wow, a rare beauty of mountain adventures awaits, from the 'Men of Harlech on to glory' to the Ffestiniog railway you could spend weeks here and still only manage a small glimpse into the abundance of mother natures bounty
The cottage is very close to snowdonia with many amazing starting hikes for all levels.
We love waking and taking our dogs and this is a wonderful day out. It can get busy so try and arrive before 8am to ensure you get a space on the car park and if possible avoid weekends. It’s a high mountain so always take all the necessary equipment and precautions but it’s a wonderful day out
Snowdonia National Park avec les Expériences Airbnb
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