Cwm Lloer

Cwm Lloer is a small lake on the Carneddau side of the Ogwen Valley, part of Snowdonia National Park in North Wales, easily accessed from the main A5 road.… Read More

Carneddau Ponies

A unique photo collection of the Carneddau Ponies, a 300 strong semi feral herd who live in 13,000 acres of Snowdonia National Park, North Wales.… Read More

Graig Ddu

We love this remote mountain in the east of Snowdonia. A short drive from Betws Y Coed, our 7 mile Trail Route guarantees peace, quiet and solitude.… Read More

Llyn Cowlyd

Llyn Cowlyd is a large mountain reservoir in Snowdonia, flanked by Creigiau Gleision & Pen Llithrig Y Wrach, with views towards the Welsh coast.… Read More

Llyn Eigiau

Llyn Eigiau is a beautiful mountain lake in the Carneddau range, an amazing place to visit in Snowdonia.… Read More

Cae Amos Bothy

Cae Amos Bothy is situated in the western side of Snowdonia National Park, close to the popular Llyn Peninsula. Surrounded … Read More

Tryfan

Tryfan is a 3,010ft mountain in Snowdonia National Park’s Ogwen Valley, known for it’s distinctive shark fin appearance and incredible scrambling routes.… Read More

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