Location: Snowdonia, multiple locations

Duration: 3 Hours AM/PM session OR Full day

Suitable for: All adults and children 6+

Paddling across a lake in an open boat, these sessions can include proper instruction to develop your paddling skills or alternatively a fun session with splashing and canoe games and you can get as wet as you like!!
For a more adventurous canoe experience, take on a river journey by boat to navigate the eddies and small rapids of the welsh rivers, spot the wildlife and picnic on the riverside along the way. Loads of fun for all groups, a proper day out on the water!

  • What are the options?
  • Half day Canoe Lake Paddle
  • Full day River Canoe Adventure

What’s included in the cost

  • Fully Qualified Instructor
  • Info pack before the session
  • Canoe and paddle!
  • Full Safety kit provided including Buoyancy Aid & Helmet
  • Hours of wet and exhilarating fun!!!!

What to bring?

  • Warm clothing including full waterproofs!
  • Old trainers or wellies you don’t mind getting wet
  • Towel
  • Change of clothes and shoes for after the activity
  • Food and a drink


Pick up at Bangor railway station (if travelling by rail). Drive to Snowdonia National Park and settle into our overnight accommodation in time for an evening meal and a chat with the guide about the week ahead.
Today we climb Snowdon, the highest mountain in England and Wales (1085m) There are several paths up this beautiful mountain and the choice will depend upon group size, ability and of course the weather. On a clear day, it is possible to see England, Wales, Scotland Ireland and the Isle of Mann from the summit, 20 mountain lakes and the western coast of Wales. Transfer back to hotel early evening.
Distance: 5-7 km Ascent: 1000m Time: 5-8 hours
After a hearty breakfast, travel to Dollgellau, a pretty town in mid-Wales, surrounded by the hills of southern Snowdonia. We spend this afternoon exploring this picturesque town which has evolved from the small village it once was in the 12th century into today’s town with it’s narrow streets linking together the various town squares.
Today we climb Cadair Idris, the highest mountain range in mid-Wales. A delightful circular walk on well established paths, to Pen y Gadair Fawr, the highest point. From the top, there are stunning views to the coast and hills of northern Snowdonia. This is a strenuous walk taking between 4 and 6 hours.
Distance: 13km Ascent: 950m Time: 4-6 hours
Pick up from hotel mid-morning and travel alongside the river Wye to the pretty market town of Hay-on-Wye in Powys. We spend the afternoon exploring the town often referred to as the “town of books” as it has over 30 bookshops selling specialist and second-hand books. Hay-on Wye or Y Gelli it’s Welsh name, is renowned for it’s beautiful scenery, excellent accommodation and superb local cooking, all provided with the pride in excellence that the welsh are well-known. Overnight in hotel accommodation.
Today we summit the distinctive shaped peak Pen y Fan, at 886m the highest peak in South Wales in the heart of the Brecon Beacons. As we walk we see wonderful views to the summit ridge, and once on the ridge out to the Usk valley to the North and the market town of Brecon. Return to hotel accommodation.
Distance: 11km Ascent: 453m Time: 5-6 hours
After an enjoyable breakfast we travel leisurely back up to North Wales, stopping for lunch in Welshpool before returning to Bangor train station early afternoon.


from £849
  • 7 days guided tour
  • 6 nights accommodation
  • packed lunches each day
  • Quality hotel accommmodation
  • * Price subject to supplement for single person occupancy

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