Welcome to the Snowdonia 360
Stunning scenery, fabulous and unique experiences, places to stay, eat and shop along a 360-mile circular tourist route. Only a few hours away from most of the UK’s main population centres, with excellent road, rail and coach links…we’re closer than you may think.
Discover the Route
Lots of direct services – including Virgin Trains from London to Bangor, will bring you to popular destinations within Conwy, Gwynedd & Anglesey within the Snowdonia 360 route.
Below are some example entry points joining you onto the Snowdonia 360:
- Colwyn Bay – A55 from M56, M6 London
- Betws-y-Coed – A5 from M54, M6 London
- Bala – A494, A5 from M54, M6 London
- Dolgellau – A470 from Cardiff; A470 and A458, A5 from M54, M6 London
- Machynllech – A489, A470 from Cardiff; by train from Birmingham
Irish Ferries and Stena Line operate regular and high-speed services to Holyhead from Dublin taking as little 2 hours. For the southern part of the Snowdonia 360, ferry services into Fishguard and Pembroke Dock are a good option.
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Travelling Around the Area by Public Transport
Code of conduct
Some advice whilst you’re travelling along your way.
- Drive responsibly and observe the highway code and speed limits.
- Find suitable places to stop and take photographs. Do not park on verges or block gates and entrances.
- Look out for, slow down and give pedestrians, horses and cyclists plenty of room and do not sound your horn or rev your engine when passing.
- Caravans, campervans and motorhomes must use campsites and must not park overnight on roadsides or car parks. Motor home waste must be disposed of at designated campsites or taken home.
- Keep Snowdonia 360 beautiful and use recycling bins or take your rubbish home.
- Keep dogs on a lead at all times in the vicinity of livestock and where there are local restrictions in place to prevent disturbance to wildlife. Observe displayed notices on access to the countryside and beaches.
- Dog owners must be aware of the significant health risks that dog faeces pose to grazing animals. You must always clear up after your dog i.e. bag it, remove it and dispose of it in a proper manner (and not left in bags on footpaths or roadsides).
TIPS & USEFUL LINKS
Plan your route and book accommodation ahead of your trip.
Check the opening times of attractions before you set out for the day.
Support the Snowdonia Society’s work by becoming a member, volunteering or donating at www.snowdonia-society.org.uk.