Visiting Snowdonia with children is like going into a restaurant that doesn’t do ‘kids menus’ but just offers half portions of the real thing. Children can engage in activities that will challenge and delight them, sometimes scare them a little but, more often than not, push them to a point of pride.
Snowdonia doesn’t patronise children. It invites them in with open arms to join in the adult fun, allowing them to gorge on all of nature’s goodies for days on end.
And just when you think the kids should be collapsing into bed, don't miss out on showing them the night sky in Snowdonia. Because it was recently awarded International Dark Sky Reserve status, with the most spectacular clear, night skies. So, make sure you bring your constellation map as well as your OS one.