There are several routes up Snowdon itself, as well as Moel Eilio and Moel Cynghorion. You're always accompanied by magnificent scenery but exhilarating descents mean that, to avoid mishaps, the most popular Llanberis Path has restrictions to bikes during the summer months!
Choose from our great selection of properties in the area, including a cottage near Llanberis in a superb, unrivalled position with uninterrupted Snowdon views, and a spacious, single storey 5* cottage near Caernarfon; both sleep 2.
Betws-y-Coed could be called the outdoor capital of Wales and has been a haven for mountain bikers for decades. Miles and miles of forestry routes are now supplemented by two superb man-made trails: Gwydyr Forest, to the north of the town, with big climbs, big descents and exciting single track, and the challenging trail from Penmachno.
Wales Holidays properties in or around Betws-y-Coed include a semi-detached cottage at Betws-y-Coed for 3, with bike storage and within walking distance of all facilities including the station. Approached via a 2 mile forestry track, this character cottage near Betws-y-Coed sleeps 4, while a charming cottage near Betws-y-Coed, dating back to the C17th, has double, twin and single bedrooms.
For properties at Gwydyr and Llanrwst see this cottage near Llanrwst, the C16th gatehouse to Gwydyr Castle, Grade I listed and sleeping 2; or an exceptionally located detached stone cottage near Llanrwst for 4 overlooking Llyn Crafnant. A terraced cottage at Llanrwst is close to the railway station and has bike storage; sleeps 4.
This cottage near Betws-y-Coed for 4 on the owner's smallholding in an elevated position near Trefriw, while cottage near Llanrwst and a cottage near Llanrwst are a pair of 5* detached former farm buildings, sleeping 4 and 5, with secure bike storage. This cottage near Llanrwst is a detached, single storey 'cottage' on the owner's farm with lovely views and sleeping 4.