Visiting Snowdonia

Cader Idris from Foel Caerynwch

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Group Walks

What better way to experience Snowdonia than in the company of others who share the same passion for the great outdoors.

The Snowdonia National Park Authority run two guided walk groups for different purposes which are listed below, but sometimes arrange other special event guided walks at various times during the year. Keep an eye out on our Facebook and Twitter accounts for these.

Eryri Walking Club

The aim of the club is to enable blind and visually impaired people to enjoy the benefits of walking in Snowdonia National Park and the vicinity. Join us on our guided monthly walks.

All the walks are held on Wednesdays -we meet at the North Wales Society for the Blind, 325 High Street, Bangor circa 10.30a.m – to be confirmed – subject to the location of the walk. Remember to bring suitable clothing / footwear – and a picnic!

For more information contact Carys Dafydd, Community Officer, Snowdonia National Park Authority, 01766 772269 carys.dafydd@snowdonia.gov.wales

Let's Walk Gwynedd - Bala Group

The Snowdonia National Park Authority arranges local monthly walks in the Bala district as part of the 'Let's Walk Cymru' project. This is an effort to promote fitness and well being as well as to discover Wales’s wealth of natural green space, scenic landscapes and urban parks.

Below is a taste of what they get up to on one of their walks. For more information contact the office on 01766 770274.

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