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Llanberis Tourist Information

Llanberis - A paradise for lovers of the great outdoors

Llanberis is a village set amidst beautiful surroundings nestled on the banks of lake Llyn Padarn at the foot of Mount Snowdon, the village is eight miles from Caernarfon and just over sixteen miles from Betws-y-Coed


By road, Llanberis can be reached from either the main A5 or the A487, there are also buses which stop off in the village a number of times a day, seven days a week. Visitors will find this small village has a varied selection of shops along with an array of places to eat and to get a well-deserved drink.

Llanberis is an Aladdin's cave of seeing and doing...
   A visit to Llanberis really does offer its visitors so much to see and do
      There's stunning scenery at every turn
         It's a place of new experiences whilst providing lungfuls of crisp clean fresh air

Ascending the highest mountain in Wales on foot
The village is the starting point for the Llanberis Path (aka the Tourist path), a popular route for those who plan a walk up to the summit of Snowdon, it's several miles long and considered to be one of, if not the longest routes up the mountain. Although the Llanberis Path may be long it's possibly one of the easiest routes up on foot as it's the most gradual.

Journey through the clouds without a harp
For a truly memorable route up to the summit of Snowdon (1085 Metres) why not let the train take the strain? Starting at Llanberis station the Snowdon Mountain Railway takes its passengers on an hour-long journey up this magnificent mountain by means of steam and diesel locomotives, the journey up gives passengers the chance to relax and soak up the one-off panoramic views of a lifetime (Don't forget your camera).

Staying with trains, the village is home to Llanberis Lake Railway, which offers a leisurely five-mile long narrow gauge steam train journey alongside the shores of Lake Padarn, travelling through the Padarn Country Park affords passengers some of the most beautiful views of Snowdon as the train makes its way to Penllyn.

Another leisurely way to enjoy the panoramic views of Snowdonia is by taking a boat trip on Padarn Lake, the boat trips operate between May and October with each trip taking roughly 40 - 45 minutes (it should be noted that the trips are weather dependant).

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Within the Padarn Country Park is the National Slate Museum, it's a fantastic free entry visitor attraction. Spread over a wide area and suitable for all ages, it offers an interesting insight into the slate mining industry and the workers, there are talks and demonstrations, workshops and reconstructed quarrymen's houses to look around.

From the past to present day Llanberis we head to Electric Mountain Visitor Centre, which is the start of the underground tour of Dinorwig Power Station, the largest pumped-storage hydro-electric power station in Europe. Buried inside Elidir Mountain are vast chambers and huge tunnels, the tunnels cover a distance of almost ten miles and they're so big that a bus could drive through them, infact, they do just that with the tour visitors onboard!.

Llanberis offers those who visit a wealth of outdoor pursuits such as mountain biking, pony trekking, scuba diving at Vivian Quarry and of course mountaineering, climbing and countless walking routes.

We've just scratched the surface of what Llanberis and its stunning surroundings has to offer, so why not grab yourself some holiday accommodation for a week or two and discover Llanberis for yourself.

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Llanberis tourist information

Llanberis - A paradise for lovers of the great outdoors

Llanberis is a village set amidst beautiful surroundings nestled on the banks of lake Llyn Padarn at the foot of Mount Snowdon, the village is eight miles from Caernarfon and just over sixteen miles from Betws-y-Coed


By road, Llanberis can be reached from either the main A5 or the A487, there are also buses which stop off in the village a number of times a day, seven days a week. Visitors will find this small village has a varied selection of shops along with an array of places to eat and to get a well-deserved drink.

Llanberis is an Aladdin's cave of seeing and doing...
   A visit to Llanberis really does offer its visitors so much to see and do
      There's stunning scenery at every turn
         It's a place of new experiences whilst providing lungfuls of crisp clean fresh air

Ascending the highest mountain in Wales on foot
The village is the starting point for the Llanberis Path (aka the Tourist path), a popular route for those who plan a walk up to the summit of Snowdon, it's several miles long and considered to be one of, if not the longest routes up the mountain. Although the Llanberis Path may be long it's possibly one of the easiest routes up on foot as it's the most gradual.

Journey through the clouds without a harp
For a truly memorable route up to the summit of Snowdon (1085 Metres) why not let the train take the strain? Starting at Llanberis station the Snowdon Mountain Railway takes its passengers on an hour-long journey up this magnificent mountain by means of steam and diesel locomotives, the journey up gives passengers the chance to relax and soak up the one-off panoramic views of a lifetime (Don't forget your camera).

Staying with trains, the village is home to Llanberis Lake Railway, which offers a leisurely five-mile long narrow gauge steam train journey alongside the shores of Lake Padarn, travelling through the Padarn Country Park affords passengers some of the most beautiful views of Snowdon as the train makes its way to Penllyn.

Another leisurely way to enjoy the panoramic views of Snowdonia is by taking a boat trip on Padarn Lake, the boat trips operate between May and October with each trip taking roughly 40 - 45 minutes (it should be noted that the trips are weather dependant).

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Within the Padarn Country Park is the National Slate Museum, it's a fantastic free entry visitor attraction. Spread over a wide area and suitable for all ages, it offers an interesting insight into the slate mining industry and the workers, there are talks and demonstrations, workshops and reconstructed quarrymen's houses to look around.

From the past to present day Llanberis we head to Electric Mountain Visitor Centre, which is the start of the underground tour of Dinorwig Power Station, the largest pumped-storage hydro-electric power station in Europe. Buried inside Elidir Mountain are vast chambers and huge tunnels, the tunnels cover a distance of almost ten miles and they're so big that a bus could drive through them, infact, they do just that with the tour visitors onboard!.

Llanberis offers those who visit a wealth of outdoor pursuits such as mountain biking, pony trekking, scuba diving at Vivian Quarry and of course mountaineering, climbing and countless walking routes.

We've just scratched the surface of what Llanberis and its stunning surroundings has to offer, so why not grab yourself some holiday accommodation for a week or two and discover Llanberis for yourself.

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