Snowdonia National Park is without a doubt one of the best places to visit in Wales, that is, if you love the outdoors. There are so many things to do in Snowdonia that every outdoors lover, adrenaline junkie and hiking enthusiast will feel right at home here.

Located in the North Wales and within close reach of thriving cities of Bangor in Wales, and Liverpool and Manchester in England, Snowdonia is even a strong contender for the best places to visit in the UK. Snowdonia is one of the UK’s 15 National Parks and is an area with natural beauty and landscapes in abundance. There are so many fun things to do in the Snowdonia; you absolutely have to put it on your Wales bucket list.

If you’re the type of traveller that seeks mountains and hills, countryside walks and hikes, active adventures and a beautiful coastline, Snowdonia is going to be right up your street. Hiking, caving, water sports such as rafting and even surfing, and climbing Wales’ highest mountain, Mount Snowdon, are popular activities here. Whatever the weather, nothing takes away from the beauty and fun I’ve had in this UK National Park… You might just need to have a raincoat in your backpack and at the ready!

Check out my weekend in Snowdonia here.

In this Snowdonia National Park travel guide I am going to share with you where to stay in Snowdonia, what to do in Snowdonia and my favourite adventures so far. From summiting Mount Snowdon, trying the inland surf lagoon with Surf Snowdonia, taking on the longest zipline in Europe, to enjoying many of the walking trails, my time in Snowdonia National Park has been nothing short of adventurous! Keep reading if you’re still asking yourself ‘what is Snowdonia like?’ so that you can get a better idea and start planning your trip!

See my complete guide to planning your UK road trip here.

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