A Guide to Snowdonia’s Mountain Walks

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Snowdon National Park is one of the UK’s most popular tourist attractions. But what is the best way to tackle it?

Leading holiday park operator Darwin Escapes has created an infographic of all 7 classic routes, hikes and scrambles to the top of Snowdon.

More than 10 million people make the ascent to the top of the mountain each year, recently voted the best in the UK for its stunning views.

Samantha Lambert, Marketing Manager of Darwin Escapes, said: “Many people are unaware of the different routes to the top of the mountain; visiting Snowdon on varying occasions but ultimately sticking to the same path.”

“This means that they miss out on some stunning scenery and adventure in the process, which is why we have put together this essential Snowdon guide which is a must have resource for anyone planning to scale the mountain.”

There are a number of cafes, pubs and hotels nearby to grab something to eat. If you are heading back home via the North Wales coastline or spending a few days in North Wales, there’s a Michelin recommended, double rosette winning restaurant that can be found at Darwin Escapes’ Aberconwy Resort & SpaSignatures Restaurant.

North Wales-headquartered Darwin Escapes is the fourth largest operator of holiday parks in the UK. The company operates 20 holiday parks throughout the UK offering a variety of holiday styles including secluded boutique lodge retreats, luxury lodge resorts with state-of-the-art leisure facilities and family-oriented traditional holiday parks. 

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