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“llanberis path”(392 reviews)
“pen y pass”(168 reviews)
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The highest mountain in Wales (higher than any in England) at 3,560 feet.
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Snowdonia National Park LL55 4UL, Wales
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Went there in April so not to busy first thing in the morning . I parked in railway station n took the dogs for a walk. What. Lovely peaceful place n spectacular views . Lot of sheep out n about which were friendly but had...More

Thank waynek779
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Car park full ! Parked safely like everybody else’s car alongside the road ! All cars had £70 ticket on When we came back ! Apparently they come about 1pm every day to dole out the tickets ! Incidentally the car park was £10 if...More

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This is the 2nd time we have climbed Snowdon. The first time it was covered in snow in mid April 2016 but it was a great walk and fresh overnight snow meant it wasn't too slippy. This time of had rained heavy in the night...More

Thank QueenieWorcester
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

While staying in north Wales we wanted to see Mount Snowdon and maybe take the train to the top but when we arrived we realised that we need to book online well in advance and on that day it was fully booked. So our only...More

1  Thank B16Alford
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Llanberis path is do-able if you're averagely fit. Steep path after the half way house but incredible views at the top once the clouds clear. Cafe gets busy at the top but hot tea very welcome and saves having to carry too many supplies.

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Got up to 3000ft and put safety 1st,so never reached the summit,but enjoyed just as much.A wet and windy November day,went up the Rhyd du path.It was harder that what we expected.We will be back in the summer.

Thank tn1para
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Walked up Snowdon with friends in October, one of the hills that I have not yet climbed so had to do it before I get too old! Perfect weather, good cafe at top with Wifi! (Can't escape it!!). If you have not done......do it. It...More

Thank rob p
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Everywhere you look in Snowdonia there are beautiful views. Small towns like Beddgellert are delightful, with welcoming pubs and restaurants. My Welsh Rarebit was amazing. There are many stunning properties and gardens to visit run by the National Trust, including Bodnant and Plastic Newydd Country...More

Thank Elizabeth S
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

We were lucky to get a clear dry day. Very cold though and even though it was clear 80% of the way up when at the top it was 0 visibility but that didn’t take away from the atmosphere. Pyg is challenging in places but...More

Thank hazelmulligan
Reviewed 3 November 2018

The park is extensive, from Aberdyfi to North Wales. I always love driving the 4085 from Llanfrothen via the rear of Plas Tan y Bwlch, through Beddgelert and where the road divides to go to Caernarfon, either take the high Capel Curig road through Llanberis...More

Thank Julia W
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Sorry, we walked from our campsite so I wouldn’t know
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Response from debwales2018 | Reviewed this property |
As the others have said, choose the Llanberis path. take plenty of water and snacks. check what the weather will be like before you set off. take extra clothes and waterproof jacket etc as when you reach the top the weather... More
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