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Snowdon

Snowdonia National Park LL55 4TY, Wales
+44 1248 605535
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The highest mountain in Wales (higher than any in England) at 3,560 feet.
  • Excellent81%
  • Very good15%
  • Average2%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“llanberis path” (228 reviews)
“miners track” (149 reviews)
“pen y pass” (108 reviews)
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Snowdonia National Park LL55 4TY, Wales
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+44 1248 605535
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Reviewed 10 September 2016 via mobile

This was a adventure my partner and I and three others went. We set off early hours in the morning just after midnight. We took Watkins path at 5am what they call the jungle it was only 20miniutes walk through the jungle to get to...More

Thank S B
Reviewed 10 September 2016

Hard work walking up and just as hard coming down (I am 57 and reasonably fit) however view from the top on a clear day stunning. Make sure you check the forecast and get there early if you want parking. We went up the pyg...More

1  Thank Joss R
Reviewed 9 September 2016 via mobile

My partner and I decided we wanted to climb Snowdon together, and that's exactly what we did. It was a great experience and we were so lucky it was a clear lovely day! The views were amazing! It was very hot so it made climbing...More

Thank Sarah A
Reviewed 9 September 2016

A memorable family adventure to the summit of Snowdon. Our 3 boys (7, 8 & 10) smashed the ascent without fuss, even declaring on the way that this was "the best walk we'd ever been on!" We went up the Rhyd Ddu path, easily parking...More

Thank ElocWander
Reviewed 7 September 2016 via mobile

Highest peak in Wales, on a very cloudy day, spending most of the time in a cloud and nearly getting blown off he top when we reached it just under 2 hours after setting off was very worth it. There is always the train for...More

Thank Scott P
Reviewed 6 September 2016

We climbed(walked) snowdmen on Sunday the weather wasn't good but we decided to go ahead. We chose the llanberis path as this is considered to be the easier route up although it is longer. We are both fit active individuals but did find the road...More

Thank Claire W
Reviewed 6 September 2016 via mobile

Beautiful breath taking views amazing place to go walking with your dog the route we took was easy one that should only take hour and half but there so much to see it took three hour so poor old mum didn't get her cream tea...More

1  Thank Tee O
Reviewed 5 September 2016 via mobile

We successfully climbed Snowdon via the Watkin Path. This is a beautiful walk and the views as you climb are spectacular. There is a warning though as the path is not consistent and disappears towards the last 200 meters of ascent. I am an experienced...More

Thank Ruth S
Reviewed 4 September 2016

A beautiful place, that is out of this world and a great place to take pictures, with its water falls and greenery backdrops. But beware if you are planning on climbing the Snowden mountain as it really does tests your fitness levels. If you like...More

Thank Kam K
Reviewed 3 September 2016

A beautiful national park, covered with green hills, rocky sloped mountains, and waterfalls. You can take a train traveling at slower speeds right to the summit, drive, or walk the trails whichever you prefer. Once at the top the views come into focus. There is...More

Thank Sean O
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Sarah D
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Response from Jandave21 | Reviewed this property |
Hi your best bet with a 7 year old would be to take the train up and walk down. You would still have to pay for a return ticket. Whatever the weather is doing at the bottom, prepare for the worst at the top, so waterproofs... More
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AmyChodon123
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Response from Sarah M | Reviewed this property |
llanbeis path is the simplest and the easiest physically .
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Response from MrandMrsRo | Reviewed this property |
Best of both worlds. You can go up via the Pyg track and back down on the Miners track as it intersects the Pyg track a little way down from the shoulder - there is a pole marking the start of the path down - then it's quite... More
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