Snowdonia National Park

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Snowdonia National Park covers 1352 km² (840 sq miles) of mountainous terrain in the north of Wales. It is Britain's second largest park and it includes the 1068 m (3560 feet) high Snowdon. About 500,000 people get it to its summit every year, either climbing, walking or with the Snowdon Mountain Railway.

Apart from the mountain there are numerous rivers, lakes, waterfalls, forests and moorlands in Snowdonia National Park. You can also see many Stone- and Bronze Age burial chambers, Roman forts, Norman castles and the remains of the area's mining history. Interesting places include Llanberis, on the shore of a beautiful lake, the pretty town of Betws-y-Coed, the mining village of Blaenau Ffestiniog and Harlech which boasts several castles.


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