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The Weather in Capel Curig
Above are the weather conditions for Capel Curig. July is the warmest month of the year in Capel Curig, with temperatures reaching an average daily maximum of 19°. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Capel Curig, with temperatures falling below 4°. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is March.
Book a holiday letting in Capel Curig for stunning mountain scenery
Stay in a stone farm house in Capel Curig and enjoy some of the best views north Wales has to offer. Perfectly placed for hikes around Snowdonia, Capel Curig is filled with dramatic scenery, varied terrain and cosy country inns.
Capel Curig activities
A trip to the Snowdonia National Park tops every Capel Curig visitor’s to do list. Rugged mountain trails run higher and higher into the peaks and glimpses of Welsh mining history are dotted over the hillsides. Buff up your mountaineering skills with a class or two, or simply head into the hills with a compass. You will find white water rafting and kayaking on the River Tryweryn but if you enjoy a slower pace of life try a ride on the famous Ffestiniog or Welsh Highland railways.
Capel Curig with the kids
Children love to spend time in Capel Curig. The Betws-y-Coed Spy Mission Treasure Trail will keep them entertained for a few hours and there are plenty of water sports available in Llangollen and Caernarfon. Head to Gypsy Wood in Caernarfon for its petting zoo and fantastic adventure play park, or let the kids try their hands at abseiling, zip-lining, climbing and more at the nearby Go Below.
Day trips from Capel Curig
With its busy shops and interesting visitor centre, Betws-y-Coed makes for a pleasant day out. Ty Hyll is a house is built out of strangely shaped boulders and now houses a cosy tearoom making it a popular local attraction. Head to Swallow Falls for the breathtaking scenery or venture further afield to Llandudno with its pretty, seafront promenade and Punch and Judy show on the pier. You don’t need to stray far from your Capel Curig accommodation for a memorable day out.
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