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Outdoor Adventures


From the slopes of Snowdon through to the tranquil Aber Falls, you’re never far from a sense of adventure in North Wales. There are more than just a few that you can enjoy near the Black Boy Inn.The sight of The Great Orme is not one that can easily be missed once you land in Llandudno as it seems to lurk over the coastal town itself. Although you can make your way up the grand landmark on foot, a ride up to the top on cable cars is unforgettable as you can enjoy a panoramic experience of the surrounding area, all whilst being hundreds of feet up in the air!

Adrenaline junkies are in for a real thrill at Coed-Y-Brenin: a trail that must be every cyclist’s dream. The course has been specifically designed to offer visitors a challenge but that doesn’t mean that novices aren’t welcome – bikers of all experiences are welcome.Prefer to travel on two feet and want to be surrounded by like-minded trekkers through the beautiful sights of North Wales? Snowdonia Walking and Climbing offer some great experiences around Snowdonia which will push you higher than you’ve been before.

Should you want to explore the scenery of North Wales of your own volition, you should look into hiring a bicycle from Bike Hire Beics Menai and just having at it. Sometimes speeding through rural areas on your own is more a rewarding experience than being a member of a party and it’s something that definitely clears the mind.Now for something for everyone in beautiful Bontnewydd. Gypsy Wood Park is a fantastic day out for people of all ages and offers enough to keep the family entertained all day long. You can even meet a somewhat local celebrity who goes by the name of Bobby the Chicken!


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Great Orme Tramway – Photo by ‘Ed Webster’ / License