Snowdonia Mountains and Coast

Visit Safely.

Do the small things that have a huge effect on everyone’s safety:

Care for each other  

  • Keep your distance
  • Sanitise hands regularly
  • Avoid crowds and busy areas

Care for our community

  • Follow signs and notices
  • Recycle or dispose of rubbish responsibly
  • Follow the Countryside Code

Care for ourselves by planning ahead 

  • Research and prepare before travelling to avoid disappointment – not everything will be open
  • Consider visiting less popular sites at quieter times
  • Be aware of Covid-19 Regulations in Wales

 

For the latest details on the restrictions in Wales please visit the Welsh Government website.

Recent and upcoming changes

From 15 January

Up to 500 people can be present at outdoor events. This does not include those participating in a team sport event, meaning 500 spectators can be present.

From 21 January

- There will no longer be any legal limits on the number of people that can meet outdoors
COVID Pass needed for large outdoor events

From 28 January

- Nightclubs will be able to re-open
- COVID Pass needed for large indoor events, nightclubs, cinemas, theatres and concert halls
- Working from home remains important but moves from law to guidance
- In hospitality, no restrictions on meeting people and no requirement for table service or 2 metre physical distancing