Snowdonia National Park
|Dyfi National Nature Reserve
Dyfi National Nature Reserve has an information centre, and detailed leaflets introduce this large nature reserve by the Dyfi (Dovey) Estuary. Visitors can explore the wildlife-rich sand dunes, estuary and peatbogs on a range of footpaths and board walks.
Unlike most valleys in Snowdonia, which were formed by glaciation during the last ice age, Tal-y-Llyn is part of the Bala Fault, a 20-kilometre (12-mile) crack in the earth's surface resulting from violent earth movements. The valley sits at the foot of Cader Idris (893 metres; 2,929 feet), one of the most popular mountains for climbers and walkers in the Snowdonia National Park.
|Rhiw Goch Ski Centre
Bronaber, Trawsfynydd LL41 4UR
Caernarfonshire and Merionethshire.
Tel 01766 540578
Night skiing - Tuition available - 2 Drag lifts - Snowboarding possible - Slope material: Dendix
Easy trails: 2
medium trails: 1
Total trail length: 120 yards (110 m)
National Centre for Mountain Activities
Capel Curig LL24 OET
Caernarfonshire and Merionethshire, Great Britain
Tel 01690 720214
Night skiing - Tuition available - 1 Drag lift - Snowboarding possible - Slope material: Dendix
Total trail length: 66 yards (60 m)
Longest trail: 66 yards (60 m)
Vistor Number : Since 18.01.99