Beddgelert Forest, near Porthmadog
Peaceful forest in the heart of Snowdonia National...
At 1085m (3,560ft), Snowdon - Yr Wyddfa in Welsh - is the highest peak in the Snowdonia range, and the most famous mountain in Wales.
Much of Snowdon is a National Nature Reserve.
Snowdonia is the only UK home for the delicate Snowdon lily, which grows on ledges and rock faces, and wildlife includes feral goats and birds of prey.
The reserve is managed in partnership by Natural Resources Wales, the National Trust, the Snowdonia National Park Authority and local landowners.
There are over 70 National Nature Reserves in Wales.
National Nature Reserves are places with some of the very finest examples of wildlife habitats and geological features.
There are several routes from various car parks onto Snowdon.
Paths on Snowdon are demanding, rocky and steep in places.
Wear appropriate clothing and footwear, and check the weather forecast before setting off.
The car parks, toilets and all visitor facilities here are operated by the Snowdonia National Park Authority.
Plan your visit in advance by checking the latest information on the Snowdonia National Park Authority website.