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Visiting Snowdonia

Cader Idris from Foel Caerynwch

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Getting To and Around Snowdonia

You can get to and around Snowdonia in many different ways - by car, train, bus or even e-bike.

Go green

If you are looking for a more sustainable and relaxed travel experience than the car then why not take advantage of our public transport system, cycle routes and walking paths.

There are some great benefits to using a more sustainable form of transport such as local transport for example; reducing carbon footprint and therefore reducing our effect on global warming and climate change. It can also be a chance to enhance the experience of your visit by enabling you to relax and enjoy the views without the added stress of traffic and parking. It can also be a great way to become more immersed within the local community and environment

By car

Snowdonia is easy to access by car, and you’ll find more info on where and how to park here. If you’re heading up Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon) you will need to either pre-book your parking space, or head straight to the park and ride.

By electric car

Many of our car parks now how electric charging points. Check out our map here., or view Zap Maps UK charging station map.

By e-bike

Here are some great routes and trails for e-bikes in Snowdonia, and many of our sites now have e-bike charging points. Take a look at Betws Bikes e-bike charging map here.

By Sherpa Bus

There is a good network of buses to and around Snowdonia. If you’re heading up Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon) you will need to either pre-book your space, or head straight to the park and ride.

Park and Ride Buses run every 15 minutes in high-season.

Sherpa Bus

Snowdon Sherpa (© Gwynfor Coaches)

Travel Links

Public Transport Information: www.traveline.org.uk

Telephone: 0871 200 22 33

Gwynedd Bus Timetables: www.gwynedd.gov.uk

Header image - Morfa Harlech (© Crown copyright (2014) Visit Wales)