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Go Below Underground Adventures
Go Below is a unique adventure activity experience taking people on exciting half day underground trips. Get in on the caving action in the abandoned mines of Snowdonia for some serious underground fun!
Challenge yourself with an abseil, zip line, boating, scrambling and climbing a waterfall as you move through this fascinating environment with info on the industrial history and artefacts to see on request.
Starting from our base at the Conwy Falls Cafe, you'll be kitted up with a harness, helmet, lamp, Wellington boots and safety equipment before heading off to the mine. You'll enjoy some stunning scenery on the walk up before heading into the darkness. On your underground journey through the mountain you will encounter forgotten deep blue lakes, lofty caverns and ancient mining machinery lying abandoned in the darkness.
You'll cross zip lines and traverses, climb rock faces, boat across water and abseil off ledges for that thrilling adrenalin rush that'll leave you feeling totally exhilarated!
No experience necessary, no potholing or squeezing through small gaps, and activities can be bypassed if preferred. All equipment and footwear provided. Open all year.
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From £39 per person.
Open all the time
We are open all year round (except Christmas Day) and we generally run half day trips which depending on the group size and any special requirements, take approximately 5 hours including kitting up, driving and walking to and from the mine. Trip times do vary so please phone us to find out the current times.
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VenueGo Below Underground Adventures
Conwy Falls Cafe, LL24 0PN
Map reference: SH 810535 Lat: 53.06585 Long: -3.77665
Our kit room is located at the side of the Conwy Falls Cafe, located on the A5 trunk road at the junction with the B4406 to Penmachno. It is very easy to get to either from the south (by taking the A5 from Telford), the west (the A5 from Holyhead) or from the north by coming down the A470 from The A55 coast road. It is just a couple of miles south of the popular tourist town of Betws-y-Coed.
Parking : free
Accessible by Public Transport : 2 miles (3.2 kms) from Betws-y-coed station
Self-assessed accessibility details
- The surface of the car park and pathway leading to entrance:
- is gravel
- Drop-off point for guests outside entrance
- The route from the parking area to the entrance:
- Has steps and no ramp
- Steps to the main entrance
- 1Number of steps to entrance
- Service dogs are NOT allowed: