Walking in Snowdonia: land of natural beauty

As the summer sun mellows and sets on the peaks of the Snowdonia National Park, its walkers rejoice in the feeling of well-earned pride and weariness.

The mountains climb above the beautiful Welsh landscape and into the cloud-littered blue sky, tempting walkers with the promise of breathtaking views and natural beauty – and they do not disappoint!

Trails on the mountains, which are well marked and well maintained, offer the best walking holidays in the UK. Climb past mining huts, lost caverns and beautiful clear lakes on the way to the top of Snowdon, Conwy Mountain and Tryffan. Even on misty days, the mountains display their mystical quality that sings with the legends of Welsh dragons. Wild horses call the mountains home and they are a wonderful sight to behold as you make your way across the stunning natural landscape.

Walking holidays in Wales and Snowdonia are suitable for all abilities as there are low and short paths for beginners or those wanting to take things easy, as well as challenging mountains for those who want to test their stamina.

After a long day on the hillside, there are several charming towns including Llanberis and Bethesda where you can relax and sample the best cuisine the area has to offer while you revel in your sense of achievement.

With quality accommodation available throughout Snowdonia, there is never a shortage of places to stay to help ensure you are well rested before taking on another walking challenge.

After walking in the area, you can also enjoy a picnic beside Llyn Idwal, relaxing on the lake’s superb pebble shore and swimming in the clear and calm water.

Why not even hire our fantastic personal service to arrange an unforgettable walking holiday tailored to suit you? Celtic Trails can offer you the chance to enjoy the Snowdonia National Park and its hikes and trails in your own way and in your own time, so contact us today.

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