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Whilst the beauty of Snowdonia may be legendary, climbers are attracted by the diverse challenges on offer. Both mountains and coast offer all kinds of climbing opportunities for both beginner and enthusiast.

For many years the region has attracted climbers from all over the world, indeed, Sir Edmund Hillary and his Everest conquest team trained on Snowdonia's defiant slopes. From the most awesome sheer face to a beginner's incline the dramatic terrain of Snowdonia Mountains and Coast ensures endless challenges for climbers of all levels.

From the cliffs of the Llŷn Peninsula coastline to the height of Eryri (the Welsh word for Snowdonia) the variety of climbing opportunities in the Snowdonia Mountains and Coast region is immense. The most popular locations include the towering cliff faces at Tremadog and Llanberis Pass.

However, numerous indoor walls such as the fantastic Beacon Climbing Centre, Caernarfon, provide excellent facilities and tuition for beginners as well as for those more advanced climbers who just wish to keep the momentum going during adverse weather conditions.  

Indoor Climbing Walls

Bangor University
01248 382571

Beacon Climbing Centre
01286 677322

Barmouth Leisure Centre
01341 280111

Dwyfor Leisure Centre
01758 613437

Dyffryn Conwy Leisure Centre
01492 642028

Llandudno Junction Leisure Centre
01492 583592

Plas Menai
National Water Sports Centre, Caernarfon
01248 670964

The National Mountain Centre, Capel Curig
01690 720214

The Rock Climbing Wall
01766 780576

Plas Silyn
01286 882047

High Ropes Centre

Rope Works
Hafan y Môr, Pwllheli
01766 819187

Tree Top Adventure
Betws y Coed
01690 710914

Get Wet Adventure Company
Llandderfel, near Bala
07909 768950

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