Outdoor Actvities in North Wales
Or to be more accurate, our Great Outdoors!
It’s where you’ll want to be, whatever the season.
We’re not promising great weather 365 days of the year, but we do guarantee that you’ll be knocked out by what you’ll see and experience when you’re out and about.
Our hills (and seashores, woods and mountains for that matter) are alive with the sound of wildlife.
You can go red squirrel spotting or birdwatching or get lost (in the nicest possible way) in the glades of the Gwydyr Forest.
There are scented bluebell woods to see and savour in spring, award-winning beaches to laze on in summer, and exhilarating ‘blow-the-cobwebs away’ walks on the Wales Coast Path to take in autumn and winter.
Cyclists can follow scenic, traffic-friendly routes, while mountain bikers – being rough, tough mountain bikers – will prefer to charge downhill on purpose-built forest trails.
Aqua-addicts can dip their toes into a thriving watersports scene that includes everything from sailing to stand-up paddleboarding, while anglers have the choice of sea trips or mountain fisheries, rivers or lakes.
There’s great golf too, on challenging but friendly courses that go that extra mile in welcoming visitors.
And if you’re after that rush of adrenaline that comes from rock climbing, abseiling or swinging through the trees, Tarzan-style, then you’ve come to the right place.
As you can imagine, with the amazing and un-rivalled nature and countryside that is spread throughout the wider Conwy region, it is obvious why outdoor activities is one of our fortes, however, many of the outdoor activities take place in and around many of our towns and villages.
For more infromation on outdoor activities which take place in and around Betws-y-Coed, Colwyn Bay, Abergele, Rhos-on-Sea, Llanrwst, Towyn and Deganwy, simply click them pages to be taken directly to that town or village information page.
If you are planning to take part in the many outdoor activities across the wider Cinwy region, then we highly suggest you book some accommodation.