Browsing activities in North Wales
The ideal family day out. Go Karting, Cable Wakeboarding, Kayaking, SUP, Archery, Ten Pin Bowling, Soft Play Centre, Cafe & Dining Room & award-winning Farm Shop selling farm raised meat & locally sourced produce. Free entry & free parking.
Start your adventure here. To raft down rapids, climb a rock face or descend into cool green crevices is to get really close to nature & the real wild world. Please provide a minimum of 14 days notice to ensure availability of activities.
Nestling at the foot of Snowdon on the shores of Padarn Lake, Llanberis is a popular centre for walkers and climbers and is a convenient base for ascending Snowdon either by foot or by the famous Snowdon Mountain Railway.
Trekking centre/riding school/livery yard, providing riding in magnificent mountain scenery for all, from complete beginners to competent riders. Courses for NVQ and BHS qualifications. Established over 30 years.
Experience the heart-pumping thrill of indoor kart racing in this brand new state of the art centre. We offer many different options for arrive-and-drive racing as well as endurance and heats competitions. Call us to reserve your next race.
Walk Route: Choose from over 60 routes ranging from famous walks like Offa's Dyke Path to little-know gems like the Dee Way and the Isle of Anglesey Coast Path.
A Contours walking holiday is a wonderful way to explore the countryside, walking from one place to another, stopping somewhere different each night.
18 hole. Par 71 SSS 71, 6363 yds. Situated in the seaside village of Morfa Bychan renowned for its black rock ands, the course offers a mix of heathland and linksland for the discerning golfer.
Award-winning local company offering walking holidays on the Isle of Anglesey Coastal Path, part of the Wales Coast Path. Set and tailor-made packages include accommodation, maps, route planners and luggage transfers.
We specialise in accompanied walking tours of the Clwydian range, which forms a 35 km north-south chain of undulating hills extending to 160 sq.km and rising to 554 metres at the summit of Moel Famau in the centre of the area.