With mountain trails, pine forests and a craggy coastline, North Wales has a strong pull for adventurers. This all-action, five-day trip will rejuvenate you and reveal why the area has been named the adventure capital of Europe. You’ll hike dramatic hillsides in Snowdonia National Park, descend into a disused slate mine on an underground adventure, and discover the adrenaline-pumping joy of coasteering. That’s all in addition to summiting the highest peak in Wales, and plenty of downtime for sharing stories around the fire pit at your off-grid ecolodge under the stars.
In the middle of Betws-y-Coed, this renovated stables of a former coaching inn sets you up for easy access to Snowdonia. Expect comfy twin rooms with a proper Welsh breakfast included and drying room to hang wet kit.
A cosy bolt hole tucked in the wild foothills of Snowdon, this slate, off-grid ecolodge is a welcome refuge after your mountain adventures. With fairy lights strung along the stone walls and a wood burner to warm your toes, you’ll be glad you stopped by.