Snowdonia National Park, the Largest National Park in Wales

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Snowdonia National Park is the largest national park in Wales that is located in North West Wales, United Kingdom. This tourist spot has 100 lakes, coastal beaches along the 60 kilometers, and 90 hills. It is also one of the tourist spot that deliver the best natural scenery in the UK, including the panoramic view of Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales as high as 1085 meters and also Llyn Tegid which is the largest natural lake in Wales.

Snowdonia National Park has mountains and valleys which is often used for hiking and mountain biking. Meanwhile, its lakes invite you to sailing, surfing, windsurfing, wakeboarding and rafting. This National Park area is also steeped in history and cultural nuances. Here, you will find a variety of valuable historical sites, such as the Stone Age, Roman fortress nation, and also churches and castles. If you come here, do not miss to see Harlech Castle which is located on a cliff top and also Caernafon Castle, one of the best structures buildings of medieval.

Snowdonia National Park is also home to thousands of species of animals and plants. Some of them are eagles, crows, robins, finches, seals, turtles, dolphins, etc. In addition, some rare fauna, as Gwyniad also make Snowdonia National Park as its habitat.

How to Reach Snowdonia National Park?

Snowdonia National Park has been named as “the Third Most Visited National Park in England and Wales” as is routinely visited by more than 6 million people. You can get into the park for free. Well, to reach this place, you can use multiple modes of transportation. You can use the Arriva Trains Wales train, United Kingdom with the path of the North Wales Coast Line that links Manchester, Crewe and London to Llandudno Junction, Conwy and Bangor to the national park. Or you can also take the bus Traws-Cambria cross towards Dolgellau, Wales.

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