When it comes to activities, North Wales offers something to suit every taste – you’ll find there just aren’t enough hours in the day! Golf and hiking are firm favourites, as are the following outdoorsy escapades…
Sailing, canoe/kayak hire, power boating, coasteering, windsurfing, white water rafting, surfing, island courses and gorge walking are all available nearby.
How does a Bear Grylls survival course sound? What about a spin on a race circuit? Or maybe you’d like to explore North Wales’ underground delights with a caving excursion? North Wales has an exhilarating bounty of outdoorsy activities that are sure to satisfy your inner thrill seeker.
One of the best ways to feast on all the delights the North Wales countryside has to offer is on horseback. The area has some of the best mountain and coastal scenery in the British Isles, and there are miles of traffic-free bridleways from which to enjoy it.
The list of man-made and natural fishing lakes in North Wales is extensive, the closest being Conwy Water Gardens and Coarse Fishery; with three well-stocked coarse fishing lakes and a series of nature trails, it’s a firm favourite with hard-core fishing fans and their families.
Cycling and Mountain Biking
North Wales has some of the best family cycle routes in the world as well as mountain biking, cycle touring and general cycling routes. If you want to cycle amongst massive mountains, see beautiful villages and explore some of the most awesome landscapes in Britain, North Wales has it all. Untouched coastline, secret forests and rugged moorlands can all be enjoyed on traffic free routes or along minor roads, giving you time to discover the unique landscape.