SNOWDONIA

NATIONAL PARK

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The Snowdonia National Park, which has the evocative Welsh name of 'Eryri' meaning ' the place of the eagles', is an area of outstanding natural beauty covering 838 square miles and containing some of the most magnificent scenery in Wales.

Panoramic Snowdonia casts its own particular spell on the visitor, it is the second largest National Park in England and Wales and the second oldest acquiring National Park status in 1951.

The National Park encompasses an area spanning from just south of historic Conway on the North Wales coast toward Caernarfon in the west and southwards to picturesque Aberdovey and the popular Lake Bala in the east.

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Swallow Falls

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