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Discover the magic of Snowdonia at Rhyd-Ddu holiday lettings
Characterised by a landscape of rugged mountains and ancient glacial valleys, Snowdonia is a magnet for outdoor sports enthusiasts. While the region’s mountain trails draw hikers throughout the year, the various seasons bring rock climbing, abseiling, white water rafting, and skiing opportunities. Located in one of Snowdonia’s picturesque mountain valleys, Rhyd-Ddu holiday cottages offer visitors comfort and self-catering facilities.
Fun activities for kids: Museums and mountain railways
Another great way for families to explore Snowdonia's spectacular mountain scenery is to ride the Welsh Highland Railway's historic steam trains. Stopping at the Rhyd-Dhu station, the trains pass several attractions for which passengers can hop on and off to see. You could also take the kids to nearby Llanberis, where they'll love the interactive exhibits and fun creative activities at the National Slate Museum.
The Victorian-era Sygun Copper Mine is another outstanding family attraction. Visitors can take a self-guided audio-visual tour through the former mine's colourfully lit chambers and meandering tunnels, marvelling at the spectacular stalagmite and stalactite formations. Other attractions and activities at Sygun Mine include gold panning, metal detecting, an adventure playground, and lakeside walks.
Excursions from Rhyd-Ddu: Walking trails and whitewater adventures
Several trails begin or pass through Rhyd-Ddu, a favourite base for many hikers. For striking mountain scenery, follow the Rhyd-Dhu path up Mount Snowdon, and for a more relaxed walk with children, opt for the trail from Rhyd-Ddu to Beddgelert. More fun awaits at the National White Water Centre, which offers whitewater rafting and canyoning adventures approximately 50km from Rhyd-Ddu.
Regular walking events near Rhyd-Ddu: Choose your pace
The annual Snowdonia Walking Festival in November offers visitors an assortment of professionally guided walks, ranging from family and special-interest strolls to more challenging mountain hikes. For an even bigger challenge, check out Ras yr Wyddfa in late July, a one-day race to Snowdon's summit.
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