These website that will give you general idea of what is around within sixty minutes drive of Llanberis, VisitWales, GoNorthWales and TripAdvisor. Within walking distance are the Llanberis attractions.
The weather can change quickly around the mountains so it is always a good idea to check the Snowdonia Weather Forecast at the beginning of each day of your stay. Generally the least rain fall and hottest weather is June, July and August. May to October are considered the open session with many of the activities and attractions shut for the winter months, November to March.
Bangor is the nearest train station. You can get on the
Bird watching, north wales has a good selection of different habits for wild life. The are also boats trips to Puffin island from various ports along the menia straights If you have any energy left after climbing Snowdon, or perhaps
taking the easier route on the train, there are many other
activities to enjoy in the local area. Here are just a few
of them. Llanberis Lake Railway For more information visit www.lake-railway.co.uk
Walking is very popular whether a gentle walk around llyn Parndarn, in the National Park, up and down Snowdon or a more energetic climb; there is even the Welsh 3000 if you are super fit.
Local bike hire is a few shop along the high street, there is a good ride around the lakes
The Llanberis Lake Railway will be the highlight of your visit to Snowdonia. From your seat in the comfortable enclosed coaches you can enjoy spectacular views of Snowdon and the surrounding high mountains.
A specially adapted coach is available for wheel chair users.
The station has a café & gift shop that sells many unique souvenirs.
If you have any energy left after climbing Snowdon, or perhaps taking the easier route on the train, there are many other activities to enjoy in the local area. Here are just a few of them.
Llanberis Lake Railway
For more information visit www.lake-railway.co.uk
National Slate Museum
The Welsh Slate museum opened in May 1972 as part of the National Museum of Wales. It is a living, working museum set amongst the towering slate tips of Dinorwig quarry. The museum building is sited in the original Victorian workshops built in 1870.
For more information visit www.nmgw.ac.uk/www.php/wsm/
This castle, one of Prince Llewelyns strongholds, is situated near Llanberis, Gwynedd, off the A4086
It can be viewed sitting above Llyn Padarn lake. The walls are made of unmortared slate.
Other activities in the area include:
Castles, steam trains, boat hire, steamer trips, beautiful waterfalls to view, horse riding, birdwatching, indoor and outdoor climbing and many walks around and about the area.
Eating in Llanberis
We are happy to recommend places we have eaten in ourselves and there is a good range to suit all pockets.
|Snowdon Mountain Railway||National Slate Museum|
|Llanberis Lake Railway||Snowdonia Slate Trail|
|Welcome to Llanberis||Electric Mountain|
|Dolbadarn Castlel||Snowdonia Wales Net|
|Llanberis Tourist Information||Llanberis Mountain Rescue, Mountain Paths|
|Pen Y Ceunant Isaf - Tea Rooms||Snowdon Honey Farm|
|Welsh Highland Railways||Dinas Beach|
|Zip Wire||Caernarfon castle|
|Visit Wales things to do||Snowdonia Weather Forecast|
|Sherpa Bus Service||Local Bus Service|
|Llanberis Lake Walk||Ropeworks|
|Cinema Pontio Bangor||Ropeworks|
Links, video, photos or information customers have allowed us to share
Paul and Llwyd Zip wire
Paul and Marina Slate walks