North West Wales

Explore the sand dunes at Newborough, discover the spectacular summit of Cadair Idris, go mountain biking in Coed y Brenin or enjoy the many waymarked walks in Gwydir Forest Park

Peaceful forest in the heart of Snowdonia National Park

One of the most beautiful and dramatic spots in Wales

Famous mountain biking centre with walking and running trails

Choice of trails through trees from all over the world in our forest garden, one of which is accessible

Discover an old copper works in a quiet rural setting with an accessible trail to a viewpoint over the mine workings

Picnic site by the rolling Mawddach river and gateway to the Waterfalls and Goldmines Trail

Riverside picnic area and gateway to an all-ability riverside walk and a rugged mountain trail with great views over Snowdonia

Native woodland with a dramatic waterfall

Internationally important wetland rich in wildlife

Cwm Idwal lies at the northern end of the Snowdonia National Park.

Choice of peaceful forest walks away from the tourist bustle

Easy-to-find picnic area with short walk

Enjoy views of Snowdonia’s peaks and a walk along a Roman road

Walking trail through lead mine ruins

Three waymarked walks around the lake and one of the finest views in North Wales

Picnic site with walking trail around two beautiful lakes

Picnic spot with a walk to two hidden lakes

Historical walk with valley views and two mountain bike trails

Gateway to the famous Swallow Falls waterfall

Sand dunes and seashore in a beautiful coastal landscape

Coastal landscape with a vast dune system of international importance

Discover this unique landscape shaped by wind and sea

Wales’s highest mountain is home to rare plants and wildlife