Visiting Snowdonia

Beacons Centre, Caernarfon

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Climbing & High Ropes

Snowdonia attracts climbers from all over the world to enjoy the diverse climbing opportunities on offer here! Indeed, Sir Edmund Hillary and his team trained on the rugged mountains of Snowdonia in preparation for their expedition to conquer Everest!

Plas y Brenin - The National Mountain Centre in Capel Curig offers indoor and outdoor climbing courses, and the Beacon Climbing Centre has relocated to the new modern indoor climbing facility on the Cibyn Estate in Caernarfon. For those seeking great adrenalin rush, challenge yourselves on one of the high ropes courses in Snowdonia.

Beacon Climbing Centre, Caernarfon

Beacon Climbing Centre, Caernarfon (© SNPA)

Gaia Adventures

Gaia Adventures offers safe and fun adventures for individuals, groups, families and corporate teams.

It could be your first taste of hill walking in the mountains, or maybe you fancy brushing up your lead rock climbing skills, allow us to provide the perfect experience for you.

Let us show you the secrets of North Wales and have an experience you'll not forget!

How to get there:
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Facilities: Hill walking, navigation, scrambling, rock climbing, wild camping, gorge scrambling and coasteering are all on offer, the trick is choosing which one!

Address: Gaia Adventures, Y Fricsan, Cwm-y-Glo, Caernarfon, Gwynedd. LL55 4EE

Telephone: Sam Farnsworth 07814 412 439 / Will Nicholls 07761 036 715
Email: info@gaiaadventures.co.uk
Website: www.gaiaadventures.co.uk

Plas y Brenin

Plas y Brenin is the National Mountain Centre for Wales based in Dyffryn Mymbyr in the heart of the National Park. The centre's purpose is to offer the highest quality mountaineering, climbing and canoeing training. Courses range from governing body award courses to multi-activity holidays, from advanced techniques in alpine climbing to accredited safety and rescue courses.

How to get there:
Plas y Brenin is less than a quarter of a mile south-west of the centre of Capel Curig on the A4086 road to Llanberis.

Facilities: 13m climbing wall and a training wall, Indoor canoe training pool (6m x 3m), 60m artificial ski slope, Fitness room, Accommodation with up to 65 beds

Address: Plas y Brenin, The National Mountain Centre, Capel Curig, Conwy. LL24 0ET

Telephone: 01690 720 214
Email: info@pyb.co.uk
Website: www.pyb.co.uk

Tree Tops Adventure

Tree Tops Adventure is a high level adventurous journey through the trees that involves negotiating a series of obstacles. Participants are fitted with a harness and helmet and attached to a safety line.

How to get there:
Tree Tops Adventure is on the A470, Betws y Coed to Llanrwst road, approximately 1 mile north of Betws y Coed and 3 miles south of Llanrwst.

Facilities: The Adventurer’s course is available to reasonably fit people taller than 1.3m (4ft 3in). Two hours should be allowed for the adventure.
Also available to those seeking even more adrenalin rush is the 100ft plummet from the Tree Top Tower.

Address: Tree Tops Adventure, Llanrwst Road, Betws y Coed, Conwy. LL24 0HX

Telephone: 01690 710914
Email: info@ttadventure.co.uk
Website: www.ttadventure.co.uk

Beacon Climbing Centre

Beacon Climbing Centre has now relocated to a huge new modern facility, located on the Cibyn Estate in Caernarfon. The new centre offers the best indoor climbing facilities in North Wales, including the World's first CrazyClimb installation and a premium cafe with spectacular views overlooking the climbing areas.

How to get there:
Beacon Climbing Centre is located on the Cibyn Estate in Caernarfon on the main A4086 Llanberis road.

Facilities: Taster sessions, Indoor courses, Outdoor courses, Instructor courses

Address: Beacon Climbing Centre, Stad Cibyn, Caernarfon, Gwynedd. LL55 2BD

Telephone: 0845 450 8222 / 0345 450 8222
Email: info@beaconclimbing.com
Website: www.beaconclimbing.com

Harlech & Ardudwy climbing wall

Harlech and Ardudwy climbing wall is the largest, most exciting and innovative wall in Southern Snowdonia. The main wall is 10m high and has 29 lines, 50+ routes from easy slabs at grade 3 up to 6c on the overhanging basalt columns and a 7c on the central tower.

How to get there:

Facilities: 5m high bouldering room, Beginner Introduction Climbing Course, Equipment Hire, Cafe, Swimming Pool

Address: Harlech & Ardudwy Leisure, Beach Road, Harlech, Gwynedd. LL46 2UG

Telephone: 01766 780 576
Email: harlechleisure@btconnect.com
Website: www.harlechclimbingwall.com

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