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Activities in North Wales
When it comes to activities, North Wales offers something to suit every taste... you will find there just aren't enough hours in the day.
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Walking North Wales
Choose from the high peaks of the Snowdonia mountain range, walk the stunning coastal paths along the Llyn Peninsula and Isle of Anglesey, or the gentle rolling Clwydian hills in the North Wales Borderlands. The Offa's Dyke National Trail links Prestatyn in North Wales with Chepstow in the South. Its 177miles / 285 kilometres crosses the border between England and Wales over 20 times and passes through three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty Many people choose to complete only short sections of the trail giving them a fascinating insight into the history of the Anglo-Welsh border.
Biking North Wales
Dedicated cycle paths offer a mix of quiet lanes and highly scenic country and coastal routes. If you have been told that there are no hills or mountains on Anglesey, then try the Hebog (Falcon) circuit at Benllech - you might want to change your mind. Mountain biking in the Clocaenog Forest is pretty good too, as long as you don't mind getting very very muddy. The off road trails and adrenaline charged single tracks through Gwydyr Forest are highly technical. Or try one of our mountain bike centres at Coed Llandegla, Coed y Brenin or Nant yr Airian
Watersports North Wales
The North Wales coast is a magnet for all watersports - canoeing, windsurfing, sailing, coasteering, kite surfing and kayaking. North Wales has sheltered waters in our many bays, open expanses of the Irish Sea, calm estuaries and pounding surf on west-facing beaches. Hafan Pwllheli Marina has over 400 berths and hosts many major sailing championships. Learn to sail at Plas Menai the National Watersports Centre for Wales or book a sailing trip with Menai Rib and experience the tranquillity of the Menai Strait. Or try whitewater rafting at Canolfan Tryweryn the National Whitewater Centre, near Bala, developed as the first commercial white water rafting operation and since then grown to become the largest and most well-respected rafting organisation in the UK.
Excellent golf, quality accommodation, wonderful food - what a combination! North Wales Tourism can design a golf package to meet your individual requirements just call our booking golfline +44 (0)845 450 5885 or go to the golf packages section of our website for further details and special offers
Ryder Cup Wales 2010
For those with a passion for golf, there's only one place to be in September 2010. The Celtic Manor Resort on the outskirts of Newport in South Wales. Why? The best reason in the golfing calendar of course. The magnificent Ryder Cup.