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Year of Adventure

2016 is Wales’s Year of Adventure


This year Attractions of Snowdonia are taking part in Wales’s Year of Adventure: a celebration of the wide range of adventure experiences this great country has to offer, with its outstanding natural landscapes and rich and distinctive culture.

Wales is fast becoming one of the UK’s leading adventure capitals. Here in Wales you can fly by zip wire at 100mph above a slate quarry or go surfing – not just in the sea – but in the heart of the country. Scale a waterfall or bounce on the world’s largest underground trampoline. Our mountain bike centres, at places like Antur Stiniog and Coed-y-Brenin, are some of the best in the world and you can wakeboard, kayak and raft in the heart of our beatiful country. And Wales’s three National Parks, endless mountain ranges and 870 mile (1,400km) of coastline offer challenging walks and hikes for all ages, all abilities.

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Snowdonia is THE adventure destination. Nowhere else within the British Isles do you find such a high concentration of the best outdoor activities, set against truly breath-taking backdrops. With so many rivers and lakes, hills and mountains, caves and rock faces to discover, you'll never be short of a challenge! From coasteering to bouldering, abseiling to canyoning, gorge walking to orienteering, we’ve got you covered. Take to the water with rivers and lakes of every description winding their way through the countryside. Or make a splash off the coast, whatever your interests or experience. From rafting to kayaking, surfing and wakeboarding, we’ve got it all. And of course, Snowdonia is the perfect destination for climbers! North Wales's mountains, crags and sea cliffs offer world class venues for rock climbing, scrambling and mountaineering, and the terrain is perfectly suited to provide a variety of climbing options.

For more information on what Snowdonia has to offer, the free guide, 'Snowdonia: The Active Destination' is packed with more information on Snowdonia's big adventures. It's available by post and from Tourism Information Centres, or you can download a copy from http://www.visitsnowdonia.info


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