Visiting Snowdonia

Miners' Track, Snowdon

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Snowdonia For All

Welcome to 'Snowdonia for All', a project which aims to encourage disabled people, people with restricted mobility or parents who have young children to visit Snowdonia and have an enjoyable and relaxing time. We very much hope to provide you with valuable information which will give you greater choices when visiting Snowdonia.

This section includes information on a variety of Snowdonia National Park's features, such as trails, towns and villages, and car journeys which will enable you to experience the area. We trust that 'Snowdonia for All' will give visitors the opportunity to get a taste of the Park before visiting, so that you will be ready for the delights the area has to offer visitors of all physical abilities. You will also find information about some other attractions, which lie beyond the Park's boundaries.

For further details on how to access this information in different formats e.g. large print, text only, more contrast between text and background etc, please click on 'Accessibility' at the bottom of this page.

For further information about the Snowdonia National Park Authority 'Disability Equality Scheme' or to download a PDF copy of the document please click on 'Equality Scheme' on the right hand side.

We hope that you will find the information here useful and that you really enjoy your visit.

Further Information

If you need further information or would like to make any comments about anything in the 'Snowdonia for All' section, please contact us:

Snowdonia National Park Authority,

National Park Offices

Penrhyndeudraeth

Gwynedd

LL48 6LF

Telephone: 01766 770 274

Email: parc@snowdonia.gov.wales

Header image - Morfa Harlech (© Crown copyright (2014) Visit Wales)