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Visiting Snowdonia

Cader Idris from Foel Caerynwch

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Walking in Snowdonia

Coronavirus Update

All of Wales is in lockdown (alert level 4). Travel is limited to essential travel only.

Please help us create a safer National Park by following the latest guidelines.

More information about the latest Coronavirus guidelines


7 January 2021 UPDATE – CLOSURE OF SNOWONIA NATIONAL PARK AUTHORITY’S CAR PARKS

As a result of increasing numbers disregarding the Welsh Government’s guidelines to avoid any unnecessary travel the Snowdonia National Park Authority has made the decision to close all of its car parks while Wales remain under Level 4 restrictions.

In Wales there is no limit on how often people can go out to exercise, but any exercise must begin and end at home.

Read the full statement.

Snowdonia is a great place to come walking and we have a network of walks for people of all abilities. Whether you want the challenge of ascending Snowdon, the highest mountain in England and Wales, or prefer one of our leisurely walks along the coastline, you’re guaranteed breathtaking scenery and diverse landscapes.

We have a varied terrain here in Snowdonia from rugged mountain peaks, long sandy beaches to crystal clear lakes and rivers. The National Park continues to develop a network of footpaths geared towards walkers of all abilities.

For more details on the walks featured on this site, click on one of the markers shown on the map, or use the links on the right.

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