A Welsh winter wonderland: the inspiring landscapes of North Wales
As we move into winter here in Eryri, our eyes are drawn inevitably upwards to our mountaintops. The first snowfall of the season is always breathtaking
Secret Mountains Series | Moel Ysgyfarnogod
Step into the wild heart of Snowdonia to explore this hidden gem. Off the beaten track, and a great alternative to Snowdon & the busier peaks of North Wales, Moel Ysgyfarnogod.
Awe walks – seeking wonder in the landscapes of North Wales
Awe walks – seeking wonder in the landscapes of North Wales will boost your happiness and wellbeing, and might just change your selfie habit too
Secret Mountains Series. Rhobell Fawr
Step away from the crowds. Rhobell Fawr, the rarely visited summit between Bala and Dolgellau rewards with peace, solitude and some of the finest views in Wales
Secret Mountains Series. Yr Eifl
A mountain with three summits and stunning, far-reaching sea views. Yr Eifl on the Llyn Peninsula is a must-do mountain for your next holiday in North Wales
Secret Mountains Series. Moel Hebog
It’s Beddgelert’s own mountain: a worthy day of walking that will reward you with superb 360 views of Snowdon, Snowdonia and the North Wales coast.
Secret Mountains Series. Tryfan
Where hiking meets proper mountaineering and an Everest connection. Tryfan is one of the great peaks of North Wales.
Walking Festivals in North Wales
A brilliant way to explore new landscapes and routes in the company of friendly folk in boots. These are our favourite walking festivals in North Wales.
Secret Mountains Series. Cnicht
Take on Cnicht – aka the Welsh Matterhorn – for breathtaking mountain scenery and one of Snowdonia’s best 360-degree summit panoramas