Conveniently situated in the village near to the Welsh Highland Railway station and 1 mile from the forest, Beddgelert Bikes have over 200 mountain bikes in stock for hire.
Close to the beginning of the Minffordd path to the summit of Cadair Idris is the Cadair Idris Visitor Centre, housing an exhibition showcasing the wildlife, geology and legends of Cadair Idris National Nature Reserve, and the Cadair Tea Room is c
A charming little cottage, low of beam and dark of stone, in the heart of Beddgelert. It’s owned by the National Trust, so you’d expect it to be historic – and it certainly is.
Psychological performance coaching for rock climbers who would like to develop their mental focus, overcome fears and anxieties, and improve their motivation, visualization skills and psychological tactics for climbing.
A remarkable underground experience. Abandoned in 1903 but now reopened to visitors, Sygun tells the story of Victorian miners. Nowadays, it’s hard to believe that such gritty industrial heritage exists amongst so much natural beauty.
Ystradgwyn chapel used to be the centre of activity and social life in the beautiful secluded valley of Tal-y-Llyn with its famous wild trout lake and source of the Dysynni river which flows to the sea near Tywyn.