Outdoor Activities - North Wales
There is so much to do in North Wales that one page on a website cannot do them all justice. The North Wales land and sea scapes make this the perfect place whether its a stroll along the prom or a spot of mountain climbing! We have listed just a few below.
Horse Riding - The riding centre at Gwydyr Stables was established in 1975 and offers a wonderful base for horse riding, pony trekking or extended day trail rides.
Horse Riding in Wales .
The beaches rides at Bridlewood are spectacular.
Canoeing - Snowdonia has plenty of fast flowing streams and rivers to challenge paddlers of all abilities and those wanting a white knuckle experience can go White Water Rafting at
Tryweryn -The National Whitewater Centre
Mountain Biking - Snowdonia is rapidly developing its facilities for this increasingly popular sport and the area provides both public areas where bikers are welcome along with dedicated mountain bike circuits. Check out Llandegla, Coed y Brenin and Betws y Coed among others
Mountain Biking in Wales
Tree Top Climbs
Go Ape in Wales
Pete Bursnall Mountaineering. Pete works with small groups who wish to have a social day out on the hills. He is happy to guide the popular routes but also keen to take people off the beaten paths and into the more esoteric areas of the Welsh hills in search of something different.
See also the Rock Climbing Company
Rock Climbing in North Wales
Whatever your interest you'll find something to do in North Wales. After a hard day out in the countryside, where better to come back to than the friendly atmosphere and comfortable beds of The Hilary 4 star Guest House.
There are other activites listed under Activity Providers and More Things to See and Do.
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