Snowdonia is an iconic region of Wales, home of the widely visited and tallest mountain in Wales, Snowdon. We visited an area called Cwm Idwal which was ranked by radio times, the 7th greatest natural wonder in Britain.
The corrie is surrounded by a diversity of lush vegetation and wild shrubs which create a blanket over a neatly cut landscape, carved out by ancient glaciers. Waterfalls rush down the mountains and slowly carve there way through the rock face. Wild goats graze on the steep banks whilst Great crested Grebes sail through the choppy water. This intricate jigsaw of rocks and mountains is a great attraction for photographers, walkers, hikers and even climbers. I would highly recommend a visit if you are in the North Wales area.