out and about

in North Wales

Being located in the heart of North Wales, there are activities to suit everyone. Whether it be an adrenaline fulled day out in one of the areas many adventure attractions, or a visit to one of the scenic historical castles, there’s plenty to choose from in North Wales!

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Snowdonia is a popular retreat for walkers, but the Vale of Clwyd, the Clwydian Range, Llyn Peninsula, and the coastal paths of Anglesey are also very popular. While you are in the area why not try some of the award winning golf courses – such as Northop Country Park, the work of former Ryder cup player John Jacobs.

Mountain Biking

Llandegla provides cycling tracks suitable for all abilities and fitness levels. The green trail is designed specifically for families ensuring all technical areas and steep climbs are avoided. There are also intermediate tracks for people who wish to embark on a longer ride than the green trail. Black trails are designed for keen mountain bikers with areas that are much more challenging and are designed or bikers who are used to physically demanding routes.

Coastal Cycling

There is 34 miles of cycle path along the North Wales coast between Talacre and Penmaenmawr. It is mostly hard surfaced and nearly continuously off-road, apart from a 2-3 mile gap at Llandudno, a 260 yard gap on a main road at Rhos on Sea and a handful of very short linking sections on quiet roads. (There is also an official, signed, on-road short-cut between Rhos-on-Sea and Conwy that avoids Llandudno.)

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Golf Courses

The region boasts more than 50 courses and two of them which enjoy breathtaking locations are Beaumaris Castle on Anglesey and Conwy Castle which sits on the Principality’s north coast. The great James Braid designed a number of courses in North Wales, the pick of which are probably Pwllheli and Wrexham.

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for the

Adrenaline Junkie

Zip World

A unique range of very special adventures. Experience Europes longest ziplines, massive underground trampolines or high-rope cavern adventures.

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Go Below

Test your nerve by journeying through a mountain via a series of exciting adventurous challenges on one of our three epic underground adventures. Try your hand at zip-lining through caverns, or climbing up a vertical shaft, boating across a lake, traverse over an abyss, scale a waterfall or abseil your way down to the deepest point in the UK!

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White Water Rafting

The National White Water Centre has over 25 years of experience in providing white water rafting at the best summer white water facility in the UK. The Tryweryn River is a steep and rocky mountain river with fast flowing rapids that carry you down the course on an exhilarating and adrenalin fuelled trip. And, because the Tryweryn is a dam controlled river we very often have water when all other rivers are dry!

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Surf Snowdonia

Let’s face it, when you come to Wales you usually get a little wet – no Californian sunshine here unfortunately – so why not get a whole lot wetter and have a go at surfing. Just 30 minutes from our park and you are in the town of Dolgarrog. Home to the former aluminum rolling and casting works, the site has now been transformed into Surf Snowdonia. The size of 6 full size football pitches (300m x 113m) and boasting both 1.2m (for intermediates) and 2m (for advanced) barrel waves, peeling perfectly for 150m, there is plenty of surf for all.

For spectators; you have a 50m glass fronted gallery to catch the splash and a surfside cafe bar and coffee shop, plus a soft play shack for little ones.

The Surf Academy caters for all levels of ability and you can book in for Free Surf Time, starting at £40.00 per hour or lessons starting at £70.00 per hour for beginners.

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and culture

Conwy Castle

Conwy castle is one of Britain’s oldest castles and is built in the most beautiful of places. For more information visit their website here cadw.wales.gov.uk

Llanberris slate museum

The National Slate Museum is located in the Victorian workshops built in the shadow of Elidir Mountain, in Llanberis.

At the Museum you can travel into the past of an industry and a way of life that has chiselled itself into the very being of this country.

Opening Hours are 10-5 daily with Free Entry.

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Denbigh Castle

Mention Denbigh’s triple-towered great gatehouse. Probably one of the seven wonders of Wales. We think you’ll agree. Striking. Crowning a steep hill above the medieval town, the castle is now in the guardianship of Cadw.

More information and to find out about current events at the castle can be found here: www.cadw.gov.wales/DenbighCastle 

Bodnant Gardens

Bodnant Garden is one of the most beautiful gardens in the UK, spanning some 80 acres and is situated above the River Conwy on ground sloping towards the west and looking across the valley towards the Snowdonia range.

More information and opening times can be found here: http://www.bodnantgarden.co.uk/

Bodelwyddan Castle

Family fun – collections from 3 national museums, exhibitions, events, extensive grounds, interactive exhibits, Victorian toys and games room, house quiz and free touch screen multimedia guide with a security deposit.

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touring park


Situated in the heart of North Wales is Rhuallt Country Park, an adult only luxury holiday park. The touring site offers 51 ‘Super Pitches’ to suit any size caravan or motor home. Our luxury static site offers guests exclusivity on a 12 month holiday license. Rhuallt Country Park is a high quality, 4* luxury caravan park that welcomes its guests with exclusivity and Welsh hospitality. The park is part of The Fifth Wheel Company family and provides the ultimate experience to its guests. Facilities include a deluxe shower and toilet block with underfloor heating or, you can also choose to rent out your own private bathroom. The site has been developed with luxury in mind; you really won’t find a better quality touring park in North Wales.

Rhuallt Country Park is designed to suit the discerning caravanner, as the peaceful and beautiful surroundings gives the Park an air of quiet indulgence. Being in Rhuallt feels like you’re a million miles from the stresses of home, it is hard to believe it is mere minutes from the A55 expressway, giving the site the added bonus of being easily accessible. The family run park is pet friendly and numerous dog walking paths have even been created around the site to make your stay the most relaxing and enjoyable possible.

Rhuallt Country Park not only offers superb facilities and pitching for any size caravan or motor home, but there is also an on-site restaurant. The White House is a stunning restaurant & bar, with rooms, that welcomes guests from the touring & static site as well as its own cumstomers. The luxurious food is inspired by a mix of fine dining and home cooked meals. The Head Chef, Wesley Oakley, is passionate about local ingredients; vegetables are even grown on-site! Oakley promises “Everything we cook is fresh and every single ingredient we use is locally sourced”. You can expect a truly authentic Welsh experience during your stay at Rhuallt Country Park. The Welsh culture seeps out of the wonderful views of the country side, the hospitality of the staff and even the delicious meals at the White House.

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