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 2 of 2)
National White Water Centre
The National White Water Centre is the main Welsh white water training centre and the home of white water rafting and kayaking in the UK. Based on the River Tryweryn in Snowdonia National Park, the water levels are dam-controlled so the rapids rage year-round and the river conditions are consistently reliable.
Llandudno Ski and Snowboard Centre
The Llandudno Ski and Snowboard Centre is exactly what it sounds like – a place where you can hit the slopes, that is based in the lovely, traditional seaside resort town that is Llandudno, on the North Wales coast.
This not-for-profit enterprise is based just outside of Blaenau Ffestiniog in Gwynedd; that is where the “Stiniog” in the name comes from. Antur is the Welsh word for adventure, so their name translates rather literally to “Adventure Ffestiniog”. And an adventure is exactly what you will get! Famous for mountain biking they offer other adventures too...10% discount on electric bike hire from Siop Antur 'Stiniog, as well as a 10% discount on mountain bike hire and canoe and kayak hire in Canolfan Trawsfynedd.
If you fancy getting wet and wild, then there is no better destination in North Wales than the Waterworld Leisure and Activity Centre, which you will find just inside Wrexham. The facilities are impressive – for the more serious (and competitively inclined) swimmers in the family, the 6-lane, 25-metre competition pool will be the main draw.
Deeside Ice Rink
Located inside Deeside Leisure Centre, Deeside Ice Rink is the national centre for ice sports in Wales. You’ll find an Olympic sized ice pad and the ability to host a variety of sports including skating, ice hockey and curling.