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Now here is an extensive Gazetteer of most of the places to visit in Snowdonia, North Wales. Lake Bala, on the edge of Snowdonia, is 4. The small town of Bala at the northern end of the lake is an excellent fishing and sailing centre In the depths of the Lake live the rare white scaled Salmon - gwyniad. The lurk 80 feet down in the lake, and can only be caught by net.

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Snowdonia has some rare things to offer. As most places in Wales, Bala has a colourful Welsh history - there is the legend of a lost palace beneath the lake. Also the Welsh emigrants to Patagonia in Chile incame mainly from the Bala area - even today there are still Welsh speaking people in Chile, descended from these original emigrants.

In the Andes instead of Snowdonia. Bangor Bangor is the cathedral and university city of North Wales. The city dates from a monastery in the sixth century which had a protective fence or "bangor" round it. It is only about 15 miles from Mount Snowdon, so an easy drive to see Snowdon from here. The present cathedral is 19th century, but is on the site of the much older monk's church.

A mile to the east is Penrhyn Castle, now owned by the National Trust. The first castle here was built in the 12th century - a lot of Snowdon's castle were built then- but the present building was erected between and in a neo Gothic style and has a seven mile perimeter wall. Barmouth Where the mountains of Snowdonia sweep down to the sea! A seaside Harlech falls pussy dating from Victorian times, developed because of the 2 miles of sandy beaches.

The cliffs just outside Barmouth were the first property that the National Trust acquired in - in Britain, not just in Wales. Just to the east of the town, a spectacular walk the Panorama Walkbranches off to the north of the main road, and follows a series of terraces upwards, with views over the estuary. Snowdonia behind you, and the sea in front. Beddgelert Harlech falls pussy small village, 10 miles inland from Caernarfon, where three valleys meet. It is close to the Beddgelert Forest, and Snowdonia towers above.

There is a forest trail and a route up to Aberglasyn Pass, with view over the Glaslyn, a mountain torrent.

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Park you car near the bridge. Bethesda 6 miles inland from Bangor on the A5. North Wales has been a synonym for slate, and Bethesda is a synonym for Welsh slate. Apart Harlech falls pussy the ft deep slate quarries deep into the Snowdonia mountains, it is Harlech falls pussy starting point for the climb to Nant Ffracon Pass.

A road with splendid views over the Snowdon Mountains, running between the peaks of Carnedd Dafydd and Glyders. At the head of the pass is Llyn Ogwyn - a breathtaking Snowdon mountain pass. Betws-y-coed A popular Welsh tourist village that stands at the junction of three of Snowdonia's rivers and their valleys.

It's name means "chapel in the wood" and indeed it is surrounded by the Gwydyr Forest. It is deservedly known as a walking centre for Snowdonia - the Swallow Falls and the Fairy Glen are each about 2 miles walk from the town. Blaenau Ffestiniog The heart of the slate quarrying country in Snowdonia.

The blue slate crags loom over the town on all sides - and there are a of working quarries that you can visit. Snowdon is not all slate, but you might think so after seeing this Grand walking and fishing country, with over a dozen lakes in walking distance of the town. A path a mile to the south west, from Tanygriseau takes you to waterfalls near Lake Cwmorthin. From Ffestiniog, 2. And there is the There are a of routes to the top, the easiest being from Llanfihangel-y-Pennant, 3. Snowdonia has much to offer!

Caernarfon On the northern edge of Snowdonia, this historically important town is on the Menai Straits, which separate Anglesey from North Wales. The wonderfully preserved castle dominates the town. Edward I was born in the castle in And in this century, both the Duke of Windsor in and Prince Charles inwere invested as Princes of Wales in the Castle Perhaps it owes its preservation to the fact that it was a Cromwellian stronghold during the Civil War.

Capel Curig Another of the mountain villages tucked under Snowdon. Just west of the village is the 12th century castle, the birthplace of Llewelyn the Great, which finally fell to the English King in There are a of good walks from the village into the surrounding foothills of Snowdon. Dongellau South west of Snowdon, a picturesque town at the head of a long estuary. The buildings are mainly of local slate.

There are a of excellent walks ranging in strenuousness - the Precipice Walk circles a high ridge just north of the town. The Torrent Walk follows the River Clywedog for about a mile up a valley. There are other walks that will give you better views of Cader Idris in the distance. Harlech The vast castle built by Edward I into help him rule Wales.

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It dominates the plain below. Again lots of history associated with the castle - Owen Glendower's wife was taken prisoner here by Henry V. And of course there is the song, "Men of Harlech", written to commemorate the bravery of the defence of the castle during the Wars of the Roses. It was the last castle in the country to be held by the Royalists during the Civil War. Contrast Caernarfon held by the Cromwellians - not all of Snowdonia, let alone Wales was no the same side Today it is very peaceful, and there are spectacular views out to sea and to the Lleyn Peninsula.

Llynberis The starting point of the easy way up Snowdon - the railway.

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It is also the starting point of the easiest path up Mount Snowdon A narrow gauge railway also runs along the shore of Lake Padarn, which gives spectacular views of Snowdon. Legend links it Harlech falls pussy Arthur - and is perhaps where Sir Belvidere may have thrown Excalibur.

Like many Celtic cultures, Wales claims Arthur as their own In Snowdonia's winter the shallow waters freeze over, in a wonderland setting. This pub was the training base for Sir John Hunt's team that was the first to climb Everest in Climbing on Snowdon is a good limber up for Everest The waymarked walk from the road to Llan Gwynant takes about an hour. A fine stone bridgesaid to be deed by Indigo Jones, crosses the river. Portmeirion Portmeirion is perhaps the last place you would expect to see in Wales, surrounded by Snowdon and the Welsh Mountains Built in by Clough Williams Ellis, a showpiece village based on Portofino in Italy.

Williams-Ellis built a hotel, planted trees, erected many architectural fantasies including an Italian campanile, lighthouse and castle. There are splendid gardens full of exotic plants. The village has been used for filming - The Prisoner. And Noel Coward wrote Blithe Spirit there. Snowdon is not the highest mountain in Britain, it can claim to be the most spectacular.

There are lots of walks up to the summit of Snowdon from villages all round the mountain, ranging from brisk walks to full climbing routes with crampons. Mind you for the less energetic, there is always the train from Llanberis to Snowdon's summit. It is a Harlech falls pussy and pinoin railway that mounts gradients as steep as 1 in 5, as it wends its way 5 miles up to the top of Snowdon As for walks, the easiest route up Snowdon follows a track alongside the rack and pinion railway from Llanberis. Then from the top of Llanberis Pass, three other routes fan out, the easiest is the miners track the name dating from Snowdon,s miners needing to get to work which climbs from the shore of Llyn Llydaw.

The Pig Track from there is harder and the third route, over Crib Goch, is not for the inexperienced - Snowdon is not just a big pussy cat. On the west of Snowdon, two tracks are worth mention. Beddgelert Track which starts 2 miles north of the village, is the harder of the two. The experienced climber might consider the Watkin Path from Nantgwynant on the south side of Snowdon. You need proper climbing gear for this ascent of Mount Snowdon. Bala Lake Lake Bala, on the edge of Snowdonia, is 4. Snowdonia has some rare things to offer As most places in Wales, Bala has a colourful Welsh history - there is the legend of a lost palace beneath the lake.

Snowdon Snowdon is not the highest mountain in Britain, it can claim to be the most spectacular. Snowdon Mountain scenery. Lake Gwnant, Snowdonia. Mount Snowdon. Views in Snowdonia. Cader Idris. The rich man in his castle here Harlech Castle. Bala Lake. Bangor is the cathedral and university city of North Wales. Where the mountains of Snowdonia sweep down to the sea! A small village, 10 miles inland from Caernarfon, where three valleys meet. A popular Welsh tourist village that stands at the junction of three of Snowdonia's rivers and their valleys.

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The Harlech falls pussy of the slate quarrying country in Snowdonia. On the northern edge of Snowdonia, this historically important town is on the Menai Straits, which separate Anglesey from North Wales. Another of the mountain villages tucked under Snowdon. South west of Snowdon, a picturesque town at the head of a long estuary.

The vast castle built by Edward I into help him rule Wales. The starting point of the easy way up Snowdon - the railway. In the heart of Snowdonia, approached via the Nant Ffrancon Pass from Bethesda, it is a shallow lake about a mile long.

An old market town in the Conway Valley, due east of Mount Snowdon. Portmeirion is perhaps the last place you would expect to see in Wales, surrounded by Snowdon and the Welsh Mountains Built in by Clough Williams Ellis, a showpiece village based on Portofino in Italy. Wales Regional Information Wales Regions.

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