Snowdonia is one of the eleven National Parks of England and
by the National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act of 1949.
The second largest National Park in the country, after the
Lake District; and the third to be designated, after the Lakes and the
Peak District, in 1951, Snowdonia celebrates half a century as a protected
landscape in 2001.
The National Park covers 840 square miles of the most
beautiful and un spoilt countryside in north west Wales.
Unlike "wild" National Parks elsewhere in the
world, Snowdonia is home to just over 26,000 people, who live and work in
its towns and villages, and on its hill farms.
An estimated 6 million holidaymakers visit Snowdonia every
year to enjoy a wide range of leisure activities. Please use the links on
the left to see just what's on offer nr. to Garthyfog Farm.