The first designated natural park of Wales and third National Park of Britain, Snowdonia National Park is named after the highest mountain Snowdon. Snowdonia National Park provisional boundaries were delineated in 1951. The landscapes, natural scenic views, mountainous ranges and glorified lush forests is all what Snowdonia National Park is all about.
Snowdonia National Park has a total area of 827 square miles (2,140 km2) with 37 miles (60 km) of coastline. The Snowdonia National Park is under the supervision of Snowdonia National Park Authority consisting of 18 members elected from both the county of Gwynedd and county of Conwy.
Snowdonia National Park is a home to more than 26,000 inhabitants. The four areas of Snowdonia National Park include northernmost area, the southernmost area and the two mid regions in between them. The northernmost area is well known for sightseeing and other activities, with the three other regions popular with the adventure lovers for the highest mountains.
The popular spots of the Snowdonia National Park are Moel Hebog, Mynydd Mawr, Nantlle Ridge, Snowdon Massif, Glyderau, Carneddau, Moel Siabod, Cnicht, the Moelwynion, Rhinogydd, Arenig, Migneint, Rhobell Fawr, Cadair Idris, the Tarren range, the Dyfi hills, and the Aran group, including Aran Fawddwy. Aran Fawddwy is the highest mountain in the United Kingdom located to the south of Snowdon.
The Google rating for Snowdonia National Park is 4.6 stars. The annual stats of the Snowdonia National Park make it the third most visited national park in England and topmost in Wales. Snowdonia National Park being a center of attractions gets over 6 million visitors annually. Most of the people review it to be a great place to enjoy the country side. For a country side lover the Snowdonia National Park is a must see.
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