Activities and Adventure Along the Cambrian Way (North Wales)
This itinerary includes some of the main activity and adventure stops along the The Cambrian Way in North Wales. The itinerary is designed for you to include and exclude some trips and days to make it work for your clients.
Visit Conwy RSPB Nature Reserve situated on the banks of the Conwy estuary. There’s a visitor centre, shop, coffee shop, three nature trails and plenty of wildlife and scenery to take in. Guided walks are also available.
Surf Snowdonia’s surfing lagoon is uniquely located in the Snowdonian mountains! It is the World’s first publicly accessible Wavegarden® artificial surfing lagoon. Each surfing lesson takes 90 minutes. The hub building alongside the surfing lagoon features a café, restaurant and bar. Activities include a thrilling water-based ‘Crash & Splash’ obstacle course, a spectacular catapult ‘blob’ and guided stand up paddleboard and kayak safaris on the River Conwy as well as enhanced glamping accommodation and catering facilities.
Overnight: Conwy or Llandudno
Walk up Mount Snowdon at 3,560ft which dominates the landscape of Snowdonia National Park. Or your clients can choose to take the Snowdon Mountain Railway. The journey takes 2 hours 30 minutes, which includes a 30 minute stop at the summit where Hafod Eryri, the Snowdon Summit Visitor Centre is located.
An exhilarating experience on the Zip World Fforest Coaster at Betws-y-Coed, sledging through 1km of woodland at speed up to 25mph with 10 hair raising bends! The site also features Treetop Nets, Zip Safari, Plummet and Skyride. There’s an adventure hub and café on site.
An underground journey on a series of exciting obstacles at Go Below including abseiling down the deepest point in the UK, zip-lining through caverns, climbing a vertical shaft, navigate over an abyss, scale a waterfall and boating across a lake.