Here is a small selection, there's plenty more on offer and we'll be adding to the list soon.
We found 13 attractions (page 1 of 2)
Dare to be fast at
Three separate zip wire sites, each of which is home to an entirely unique experience, but the one thing they have in common is that they are all designed to get your adrenaline levels up! The three are as follows: Velocity, Titan and Caverns...
Surf Snowdonia is the worlds first artificial wave lagoon for surfing. As well as surfing there's a crash and splash pool, soft play area, bar, restaurant and cafe. Definitely worth visiting if you are in the area.
Coed Y Brenin
A haven for riders
The first dedicated mountain biking trail centre in the United Kingdom, it is renowned up and down the country in particular by two subsets of people: hikers and mountain bikers.
Rib Ride Adventure Boat Tours
Your high speed water adventure
The best adventure tour company in the area. Hang on tight for a trip around Anglesey, a tour of the Menai Strait or look for seals and birds on Puffin Island. The knowledgeable guides bring the area to life with information about the history and nature around Anglesey. You can also join a Bear Grylls adventure rib ride to the North of Anglesey or book the whole boat for your own personalised tour.10% off if you book a cottage with North Wales Holiday Cottages
An underground adventure
A huge cavern lit in spectacular bright colours, completely decked out with giant trampoline nets. It’s the first attraction of its kind on the planet, set in a cavern that is more than twice the area of St Paul’s Cathedral, and is an experience like no other. The trampolines are all inter-linked, with tunnels, walkways and slides, with the highest net allowing you to bounce at almost 200 feet above the cavern floor.“Try Bounce Below Junior for 3 to 6 year olds”
Cycling and Mountain Biking in North Wales
North Wales is home to a wide variety of cycling routes, from popular ones to little-known paths, from short jaunts to long distance endurance trails, from easy-going tracks to hard-core downhill courses. There really is a little something for every type of cyclist here.
Beacon Climbing Centre
Just because it’s raining outside, it doesn’t mean you can’t squeeze some exercise in, and Beacon Climbing Centre combines that with fun, too. Climbing is a natural instinct for humans and something we’ve been doing for thousands of years, and what better place to put your skills to the test than at North Wales’ number one climbing centre?
Go Below Underground Adventures offers precisely that – exciting and exhilarating adventures that take place below the ground! You will find Go Below nestled in the beautiful Betws-y-Coed, which certainly doesn’t seem like the sort of place that could be hiding something as thrilling as this.