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Llandrillo, North Wales

North Wales voted as one of the top 10 places in the world to visit by Lonely Planet for 2017.

Walking with LLamas

Berwyn Mountain Llamas, Llandrillo

Berwyn Mountain Llamas is based in the lovely North Wales village of Llandrillo, on the edge of the Berwyn Mountains. Quiet lanes, bridleways, forest tracks and old drovers' roads on the lower slopes of these mountains and in the valleys provide an ideal venue for llama trekking. http://www.berwynmountainllamas.co.uk/home.php

Get Wet The Adventure Company

Get Wet Bala 10 miles (20 min drive)

Get Wet The Adventure Company pride ourselves in offering the best activities North Wales has to offer with the highest possible standard of customer service. We want to get to know you and have as much fun during the activity session as you're having. We're here to encourage, help and support you the whole way!

http://www.get-wet.co.uk/adventure-activities/

Pistyll Rhaeadr

The highest waterfall in Wales 19 miles (40 min drive)

an enchanting waterfall in the Berwyn Mountains and it is spectacular after heavy rainfall.

There is a footpath from Llandrillo to the falls going over Cadair Berwyn. Or, for the less energetic its a 30 minute drive down the dramatic scenery of the B4391 from Bala.

http://www.pistyllrhaeadr.co.uk/index.html

Cadair Berwyn

Walking from the doorstep

The highest mountain in Wales outside of the National Parks and a footpath from the door

Moel Ty Uchaf

Stone Circle, Llandrillo - Walking

Moel Ty Uchaf is an unusual site which may have had a burial and ritual function.

On a clear day the views are extensive, with an impressive skyline: SE to Cadair Bronwen; SW to Aran ridge;  W to Arenig; and NW to the Carneddau in eastern Snowdonia.

Bala Lake

So much to do! 10 miles away (15 min drive)

The historic market town of Bala sits at the head of Llyn Tegid ("Bala Lake"), in south Snowdonia and plays an important part in Welsh history and culture. The name Bala indicates where a river flows from a  lake – in this case the River Dee. Llyn Tegid (“Bala Lake”) is  the largest natural lake in Wales.

http://visitbala.org.uk/

Llangollen

A very full day 18 miles (30 min drive)

Heritage steam railway which runs to Corwen

http://www.llangollen-railway.co.uk

Horse drawn canal barges, historical buildings - Valle Crusis Abbey, Castell Dinas Bran, Plas Newydd and much more.

https://www.llangollen.com/



Harlech

Beautiful sandy beach and a castle 42 miles (1 Hour drive)

An amazing castle standing over this small town perched on the top of the hill, there are a number of cafes and gift / antique shops for you to browse. But first, head off to the beach which is long and sandy and glorious. Best of all, the beach, the castle and some cafes are dogfriendly so you can have a wonderful day out with the most important family member!

http://www.harlech.com/

Portmadoc

Harbour town and stunning beach 42 miles (1 hour drive)

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Portmerion

Quirky Italianate village on the coast 39 miles (1 hour drive)

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Zip World

The longest and fastest zip wire in the world.