Covering a vast area of North Wales, Snowdonia National Park, or ‘Eryri’ in Welsh, is an area of tremendous beauty, home to mountain ranges, forests, lakes, waterfalls and a beautiful coastline. Snowdonia is the largest National Park in Wales, home to Snowdon, the highest mountain in England and Wales, and Bala, the largest natural lake in Wales. It is also recognised as an International Dark Sky Reserve. Rich in cultural heritage, Snowdonia is packed with amazing things to do. Spend a day at the seaside at Aberdovey, climb up Mount Snowdon or take the Snowdon Mountain Railway, fly down Wales’ longest zipwire at Zip World, try watersports on Lake Bala or at the National White Water Centre, inland surfing at Surf Snowdonia or ride some of the UK's best downhill mountain bike tracks or explore the wide network of walking trails. Other attractions include Electric Mountain, The National Slate Museum at Llanberis, Llechwedd Slate Caverns, 13th century Harlech Castle, Sygun Copper Mine and the mountain villages of Betws-y-Coed and Beddgelert. Authentic Welsh produce is widely available at country pubs, cafes and award-winning restaurants.