Snowdonia, also known as Snowdonia National Park, covers 832 square miles and is best known for its mountains, forested hillsides and sparkling lakes.
However, the region also extends to the coast at the beautiful seaside resort of Harlech. In between, there are traditional Welsh villages and peaceful valleys, rich heritage from slate mining to historic railways that now operate for scenic train rides.
Yet, Snowdonia really is the place for adventure. How about climbing a mountain, a gentle lakeside walk beside Llyn Padarn, cycling through Gwydir Forest or zip-wiring across a slate quarry for starters?