Dominating the northwest of Wales, Snowdonia is home to some pretty epic scenery, like rolling green fields, stunning peaks and expansive lakes. You’ll also find ancient castles and other sites of historical note. And, with excellent cliffs and ocean views, it’s also a great place to rock climb.
Climbing courses in the UK: Isle of Skye, Highlands, Lake District or Snowdonia
What should I know about Rock Climbing Snowdonia?
Snowdonia has some excellent cliff faces to climb for both beginners and experienced climbers. The Glyderau Mountains are a must-visit. Then, at the Tremadog and Llanberis Pass, you’ll find some more great spots. Along the coast of the Llŷn Peninsula coastline, there are great cliffs to try out. There are also some great indoor walls in the area too if you want to get started with that.
Why should I choose Snowdonia for my Rock Climbing adventure?
**Breathtaking scenery **
**Welsh culture **
Which language is predominantly spoken in the Snowdonia region?
English and Welsh
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How can I get to Snowdonia?
Fly to London, then take the train or drive to Snowdonia.
What can I expect from the weather during my Rock Climbing trip in Snowdonia?
The winters are cold here and the summers are warm and never really get hot. In summer the average temperature sits around 19 degrees celsius and in winter around 8 degrees celsius.
When is the best time to travel to Snowdonia for Rock Climbing?
The best months are the European Spring and Summer months.
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