- 1 How do I get from Cardiff to Snowdon?
- 2 Is Snowdonia worth visiting?
- 3 How long does it take to get to Snowdonia from Cardiff?
- 4 How many days do you need in Snowdonia?
- 5 How do you get to Snowdonia from Liverpool?
- 6 How do I get to Snowdonia from London?
- 7 Why is Snowdonia so popular?
- 8 What is the best month to climb Snowdon?
- 9 Can I go to Snowdonia?
- 10 Can you fly to Snowdonia?
- 11 Can you drive up Mount Snowdon?
- 12 How do you get around Snowdonia?
- 13 Do you have to be fit to walk up Snowdon?
- 14 Which is better Snowdonia or Brecon Beacons?
- 15 Can a novice climb Snowdon?
How do I get from Cardiff to Snowdon?
You can take a train from Cardiff to Snowdonia via Shrewsbury and Bangor (Gwynedd) in around 5h 44m. Alternatively, you can take a bus from Cardiff to Snowdonia via Aberystwyth, Bus Station Stand 4, Caernarfon, Bus Station, and Gwastadnant, Cae Perthi in around 9h 42m.
Is Snowdonia worth visiting?
Snowdonia is a stunning area of outstanding natural beauty that boasts no less than 14 peaks over 3,000 feet in height, including Snowdon itself (3,560 feet). In addition to its many natural attractions, Snowdonia also boasts a plethora of man-made points of interest that are worth seeing.
How long does it take to get to Snowdonia from Cardiff?
It takes at least 4 and a half hours to drive from Cardiff to Snowdonia which makes it impossible to create a day tour but if you cannot spend at least one night in North Wales as a base for touring there is an option.
How many days do you need in Snowdonia?
Expect to see plenty of jaw-dropping scenery during your 3 days in Snowdonia. 3 days in Snowdonia is just enough time to fill up the tank and go for one epic Snowdonia road trip!
How do you get to Snowdonia from Liverpool?
There are 2 ways to get from Liverpool to Snowdonia by train or car
- Take the train from Liverpool Lime Street Low Level to Chester.
- Take the train from Chester to Bangor (Gwynedd)
How do I get to Snowdonia from London?
To travel to Snowdon from London the train takes you into the heart of Snowdonia. A train from London Euston, changing at Chester and Llandudno Junction takes just under 4 hours. This train takes you to Betws-y-Coed which is a very pretty little town right in the heart of Snowdonia.
Why is Snowdonia so popular?
Snowdonia is also new widely hailed as the Adventure Capital of Europe, with many world- famous attractions for thrill seekers; from inland surfing at Surf Snowdonia to the world’s fastest zip wire, to some of the UK’s best downhill mountain bike tracks.
What is the best month to climb Snowdon?
Making June, July and August the best months for your hike up Mount Snowdon.
Can I go to Snowdonia?
The vast majority of Snowdonia National Park is in Gwynedd, so people are able to visit these parts without restriction – so long as their home authority allows travel out of the area.
Can you fly to Snowdonia?
The nearest airport to Bangor is Anglesey (VLY) Airport which is 22 miles away. Other nearby airports include Liverpool (LPL) (54.1 miles), Manchester (MAN) (77.7 miles), Dublin (DUB) (92.9 miles) and Birmingham (BHX) (108.1 miles). We recommend flying to Dublin (DUB) Airport, which is 92.9 miles away from Bangor.
Can you drive up Mount Snowdon?
You cannot drive to the top of Snowdon. The lakes on the map are a long way below the summit – you can walk up to them from the road at Pen y Pass.
How do you get around Snowdonia?
Train. Direct services (including Virgin Trains from London to Bangor) take you to the popular North Wales coastal destinations from most parts of Britain. Make inland connections via the Conwy Valley Line which runs through the Snowdonia National Park to Betws-y-Coed and Blaenau Ffestiniog.
Do you have to be fit to walk up Snowdon?
The Llanberis Path has to be the most famous route up to the summit of Wales’ highest mountain. If you are relatively fit, you really shouldn’t have any trouble walking up this path. You don’t even need to have any real navigation skills. Just follow the path ahead of you.
Which is better Snowdonia or Brecon Beacons?
I am generalising here but Snowdonia has more “big hills” (commonly called mountains) than Brecon Beacons. It is also more impressive to drive through. The Beacons gets very busy in the area around Pen y Fan. It is however quieter in the Western Area around the Black Mountain (not the Black MountainS).
Can a novice climb Snowdon?
However, you need to be aware that there are no Snowdon routes for beginners or any easy walks up Snowdon. They are all HARD. If you’re looking for easy mountains to climb in the UK, then you’re definitely looking at the wrong mountain!