A place to wash your spirit clean, Snowdonia

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In September I visit North wales. One of the places I stopped off at was Snowdonia National Park, the largest national park in Wales and the proud owner of the highest mountain in both England and Wales. Yes, you probably guessed it, Mount Snowdon. Did I climb mount Snowdon? No I’m far too lazy for that, but I did hike a little into some moutains, after being driven up most of the way that is, Sshhhhhhhh!

Although my face says different, I really was having the time of my life here 🙂

I visited on a minibus shared with eight other travellers. We were taken to the most tranquil place, it literally felt like we had the whole national park to ourselves.

I honestly could not believe how beautiful and relaxing this place was! It was so silent with only the sounds of the waterfalls. It was like stepping into another world where everything stood still. A place where you could forget every worry in the world, a place where you could wash your spirit clean.

If your thinking of visiting North Wales, this is one place not to be missed.

Thanks for reading 🙂 Stay safe x

8 thoughts on “A place to wash your spirit clean, Snowdonia

  1. Snowdonia looks absolutely pristine! September looks like the perfect time to go, as it’s neither too hot nor too cold, yet less tourists as it’s the shoulder season. How was traveling during COVID-19 like? Were some things more limited than others? Can’t wait to hear more stories from you soon!

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    • Ahh thank you Rebecca, it was! Surprisingly we had some great weather during September, which is unusual here in the UK. Everything has been limited/ restricted and we are never really been out of lockdown. I’ve been doing road trips here and there when it has been possible, staying in the UK. But unfortunately I’ve not been able to do much travelling 😦 Thanks for your comment x

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  2. What a wonderful place to walk. You are so lucky to have the opportunity to visit and much better than being in lock down, I’m sure!

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