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Exploring the rainforests of Snowdonia
 

Wild Isles in North Wales

The British Isles is home to some of the most diverse landscapes on Earth. Channel your inner Attenborough and explore the rainforests of North Wales

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Exploring the rainforests of Snowdonia
 

Exploring the rainforests of Snowdonia

How about exploring a lush rainforest on your next holiday? Head to the wilds of North Wales and the rainforests of Snowdonia…

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TOP 10 TRIATHLONS & MARATHONS NORTH WALES 2017
 

Trail Running Centre At Coed Y Brenin | Snowdonia

So its the start of 2015. For those of you vowing to get fitter and lead a healthier lifestyle, we have the perfect incentive. The trail running centre at Coed Y Brenin. The only one of its kind in the UK, it offers trails ranging from 2.7 miles to a half marathon along quiet trails throughout the stunning Coed Y Brenin forest in the Snowdonia National Park. The trails pass through three different river valleys with panoramic views of the mountains of southern Snowdonia, cascading rivers, tranquil plunge pools, heather moorland and the dappled shade of broad leaf oak woods. Nothing compares to the feeling of running in such beautiful surroundings. No traffic, just nature at its very best. Using a similar model to their world class mountain biking centre, the trails are all signed with way-markers that guide you around the route, making it suitable for both novice first timers and more experienced runners wanting…

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