North Wales
Penrhyndeudraeth is a small town and community in the Welsh county of Gwynedd. The town is close to the mouth of the River Dwyryd on the A487 nearly 3 miles east of Porthmadog, and had a population of 2,150 at the 2011 census, increased from 2,031 in 2001. The community includes Minffordd and Portmeirion
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4.5 hours
Active | Outdoor
Canoe Experience
A 4-5 hour canoe journey in Open Canoes on the flat water Afon Dwyryd. All equipment and BBQ lunch cooked on a beach provided.
From £30 pp
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Half a day
Three Lakes Walk
This Three Lakes walk is an unique opportunity to explore this special part of Snowdonia. During the walk we visit ancient oakwoods, one of Wales’ “rainforests”, and have plenty of opportunity to spot the common birds, trees and flora which inhabit this part of Wales.
From £40 pp
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2 hours
Active | Outdoor
Welcome to the exciting world of wakeboarding. This thrilling sport is perfect for those who love a good adrenaline rush.
From £35 pp
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