The view of mountains, valleys and lakes will most certainly be an unforgettable experience, interested? Snowdonia National Park is located in North West Wales, United Kingdom. This attraction is the largest national park in Wales, has 100 lakes, coastal waters along 60 kilometers, and 90 hills.
This place is one that presents the best natural scenery in the UK. Including panoramic view of Snowdon, the highest mountain in Wales (1085 meters) and also Llyn Tegid, the largest natural lake in Wales. Mountains and valleys in Snowdonia National Park are the perfect location for a variety of activities, such as hiking and mountain biking. Coupled with the many lakes here, as if to invite all travelers to sailing, surfing, windsurfing, Wakeboarding and rafting.
The Snowdonia National Park area is also thick with history and culture. This is proved by diverse sites of historical value that can still be found here, such as Stone Age, Roman fortress nation, up to the church and castle. Historically, in the 13th century, King Edward I build castles for conquering North Wales, and some can still be seen today. Do not miss to see Harlech Castle, which sits atop a cliff and also Caernafon Castle, one of the best structures of medieval buildings.
Unlike national parks in other countries, Snowdonia National Park, Wales, United Kingdom was used as government land and private land. But of course still have under the applicable law. More than 26 thousand people residing in the Snowdonia National Park. Even so, the population does not damage the existing ecosystems, even those participating in the preservation of nature in Snowdonia National Park.
The park is regularly visited by more than 6 million people a year, making Snowdonia National Park crowned “the Third Most Visited National Park in England and Wales”. For admission to the park is free.
In addition to presenting the beauty of the natural landscape, Snowdonia National Park is also home to thousands of animal and plant species. Some of them are hawks, crows, robins, finches, owls, partridges, bats, squirrels, seals, turtles, dolphins and much more.
Some rare fauna make the Snowdonia National Park as well as their habitats. Call it Gwyniad (Coregonus pennantii), a freshwater fish similar to salmon. The Gwyniad now a rare fish that allegedly exists only in the lake Bala, Snowdonia National Park neighborhood.
How you are interested visit here?
Snowdonia National Park can be reached by several modes of transportation. You can use the train Arriva Trains Wales, United Kingdom. The trail of the North Wales Coast Line, which links to Manchester, Crewe and London to Llandudno Junction, Conwy and Bangor to the national park. Another alternative is to take the bus Traws-Cambria cross, headed Dolgellau, Wales.