Snowdonia is a region in northwest Wales concentrated around the mountains and glaciers of Snowdonia National Park. It’s the perfect place for hens who want to relax in the calm of the beautiful Welsh countryside – so, if you’re interested in a tranquil retreat you will love what the area has to offer. It’s also home to the highest mountain in the south of Lock Lomond – Mt. Snowdon. You’re more than welcome to venture up the mountainside, however there are many (less demanding) walks for you and the girls to partake in and hike over the beautiful (less treacherous) valleys. The region is popular for its castles, waterfalls and steam railways. After you’ve visited, you’ll forever dream about Snowdonia’s fresh air, idyllic landscape and serenity. It’s the perfect escape from the daily work grind or ideal for those of you wanting a short escape from city life.
This hen weekend in Snowdonia is not one for the faint hearted: you’re gonna fly through the air, bounce in underground caves and get very wet…
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If you want pumping music and a throbbing nightlife, then Snowdonia isn’t the place to go. However, it does have venues for you and the girls to share a bottle of wine and have a girly catch up. If you want bright lights head to Bangor which is just 20 miles away. Here, you'll find a Yates and a nightclub Peep!
Mount Snowdon, the lush contryside and being home to Europe's longest zip wire!
Glamorous clothing and footwear have to be put in the cupboard for this trip. Walking and hiking is a given if you have decided to travel to Snowdonia. You’d be mad not to explore the wondrous landscapes.
There are mountains, glaciers, waterfalls and... 14 minutes outside of Snowdia National Park is a beach! If the weather prevails you and the girls and have the ultimate relaxing afternoon chilling-out watching the waves. Snowdonia is one of the Uk’s hidden gems and it’s right on our doorstep!
The national park was established in 1951 and was the first to be created in Wales. It covers north-western Wales and is steeped in history. You'll find the famous Mt Snowdon in all its glory in the national park. There is a Mountain Railway which departs from Llanberis. It costs £21 per trip but the breathtaking 4 mile journey climbs the mountain and offers some unforgettable views.
The main road into Snowdonia is the A55 which runs along the north coast, connecting with the M56 and M53 near Chester. Once you're in town you can get about by bus. Bws Gwynedd operates a network of services throughout the National Park, covering almost every community. Some more remote areas have only a very sparse service, but of course, taxis are available.
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This is so much fun!!!!!!!!!!! Even the girls who were apprehensive really enjoyed the zip wire! It made for such a nice atmosphere!Joanna Greer