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The weather in Llanberis
You can see our climate diagram above. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. However, temperatures can go lower than 4° in Llanberis in January. The wettest month is January with 26 rainy days on average. On the contrary, there is an average of only 18 rainy days in March, which is the driest month.
Castles and dragons await near cottages in Llanberis, Wales
Your Llanberis accommodation is ideally situated close to Wales' legendary Snowdonia, around which a number of exciting annual events revolve. Discover the secret inside the mountains, and venture to ancient castles, interactive wildlife parks and sacred wells not far from your Llanberis cottage.
Castles and dragons
Bring the kids to the muscular Caernarfon Castle, a World Heritage Site that will thrill your family. Built by King Edward I, the castle's towers present spectacular views of the surrounding landscape. Climb Eagle Tower and look out over the grounds, or take a picture atop a canon. Not far away you'll find the Welsh Mountain Zoo, where you can enjoy the diverse attractions at Jungle Adventureland and the Tarzan Trail Adventure Playground. Watch sea lions and look out for lemurs at this thrilling wildlife centre.
A power station may sound an unlikely family day out, but Electric Mountain is an industrial wonder of the world. Children and adults alike are enthralled by this vast hydroelectric power station, encapsulated within the mountain. The main turbine chamber is the largest underground chamber excavated by man. A bus tour of the station starts from the 'Dragon in the Mountain' exhibition near your Llanberis cottage.
Sacred wells and Snowdonia
Llanberis Railway glides along the northern shore of Llyn Padarn through pristine woodland. Breathtaking views unfurl in all directions as you traverse Wales' most celebrated mountain vistas. You can also travel to the summit of Snowdonia on the aptly named Snowdonia Mountain Railway, which lifts you to the state-of-the-art Visitor Centre. Climbing the mountain by foot is still considered a lifetime achievement by those who do so.
Don't miss the majestic miniature village of Nant Peris, near Llanberis Pass. It is notable for its ancient church, which was often visited by 19th century pilgrims in pursuit of healing. Their cure was said to come from watching two sacred fish in the well. If the fish appeared as they drew water, they were cured (or so they believed).
Competitions and funfairs
Llanberis' July carnival is a delight for families, with colourful entertainments of all kinds. A parade passes through the centre of town, sweeping all who encounter it into the atmosphere of gaiety. Also in July, the Snowdon Race draws international attention as its competitors race to the summit of Mount Snowdon. The race culminates in Llanberis where festivities ensue.
The Snowdonia Marathon circumnavigates the spectacular Mount Snowdon, and passes Pen y Pass, some 110 feet above sea level. Held in October, it is one of the UK's most gruelling physical challenges, and attracts fitness fans from around the world with its unique scenery and challenge.
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