Ramble, hike, walk, cycle, motorcycle, climb, hill walk, absail, caravan and camp. You could fish for trout, salmon or coarse fish. Bird watch, travel to the top of Snowdon by railway. Look at old castles and just take in the scenery. Visit Beddgelert and see Gelert's grave. Take a trip to Port Maddog on a narrow gauge steam train. Visit a slate mine, have a meal or go for a drink...
Most of the mountains and hills are bare of trees, often either bare rock or a covering of grass over a layer of peat. The valleys are generally wooded but some are bare of trees, many having a river or stream flowing along the bottom of the valley, some are interspersed by lakes. Because the region is mountainous and in close proximity to the sea it has fair high levels of rainfall and is subject to rapid changes of weather.
Butterflys and birds and mountain goats and mountain sheep
The landscape as Snowdonia National Park is filled with lakes, waterfalls, and mountains. On parts of the property, the landscape is dotted with castles and steam railways.
Do sheep count? You might occasionally see a sparrow. One of my friends claimed to have seen a badger in around 1982.
it is cold
Mount Snowdon is the highest mountain located in Wales. Plants that live here include: Snowdon lily, wych elm and alder.
A groundhog or woodchuck looks like a squirrel and lives underground.
There are many affects of a subarctic climate. This climate has a great impact on the wildlife that lives there.
There is not much wildlife
Argentina is home to some very dangerous animals like cougars, jaguars, crocodiles, and snakes. Although it is possible to travel through the country to get a firsthand look at these animals, care must be taken to remain out of harm's way.
Snowdonia is the national park that Snowdon is in, the nearest town is probably Llanberis.
Snowdon is a mountain in the Snowdonia national park in north Wales.
There is a cafe at the top of snowdonia.
the snowdonia range!
In Snowdonia National Park, Gwynedd, Wales.
Snowdonia is a national park. The mountain is called Snowdon and it is within the area of the national park, along with many other mountains. Snowdonia is in the north west region of Wales and Mount Snowdon is close to the town of Llanberis.
Snowdon in north Wales in the range of snowdonia
If you mean the height of the mountain (Snowdon): 3406 ftIf you mean the area of Snowdonia: 2170 km²
No. Not by a long shot. Snowdon is only 1085 metres (3,560 feet) above sea level, while Mt. Elbrus in southwestern Russia, in the Caucasus range, is 5642 metres (18,510 feet) above sea level, making it the highest mountain in Europe.Snowdon is the highest mountain in Wales. But that isn't saying much, as all of Great Britain, as well as Ireland, is low-lying. Even the Scottish "Highlands" are only high in comparison to the Lowlands. But mountains in the UK are very low compared to the mountains of continental Europe.
• •Footpath erosion is a major problem on Snowdon. About 1 million people walk on the mountain every year. • There is a parking problem in Snowdonia