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Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon) is the highest mountain in Wales and England. However you recognise this famous landmark, it is well worth a visit. Standing tall over the village of Llanberis, Snowdon is a part of a close-knit family of jagged peaks and can offer views of Snowdonia, Anglesey, Pembrokeshire and Ireland. Choose from six different paths to conquer this 1085 metre giant: The Llanberis Path, PYG Track, Miners’ Track, Watkin Path, Rhyd-Ddu Path or the Snowdon Ranger Path.


Whether you plan to tackle one of Snowdonia’s towering peaks or just want to walk along our stunning coastline, rivers and beaches, make sure you’re fully prepared so you can safely enjoy the area’s diverse landscape and breathtaking scenery.


Click HERE for basic Mountain Safety advice!

Direct from camp you can access.....

Llanberis Path

Llanberis Path is the longest and most gradual of the six main paths to the summit of Snowdon and offers fantastic views. 

Distance: 9 miles (there and back)
Total Climb: 975m (3,199ft)
Time: Approx 6 hours (there and back)

The Ranger Path

The path begins near the ‘Snowdon Ranger’ youth hostel, near Llyn Cwellyn but can be joined direct from the campsite. John Morton the self proclaimed 'Snowdon Ranger' used the path to guide Victorian tourists to the summit.


Distance: 8 miles (there and back)
Total Climb: 936m (3,071ft)
Time: Approx 6 hours (there and back) 

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