Snowdonia 'Magazine' Launched

Stuck for wet weather options in North Wales [never, Ed.]? Maybe have a look at the Snowdonia National Park's recently published 'magazine' for ideas.

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© Nicholas Livesey, Feb 2012

Though it's more a fact booklet than a magazine per se, Eyri/Snowdonia 2013-2014 is a useful source of bilingual information, covering a variety of topics including mountain safety, National Park news, local events, wet weather activities, details of Snowdonia's various areas and route descriptions for several short walks.

Gwen Aeron, Editor of Eryri / Snowdonia 2013-2014, said:

'We hope that this publication will encourage Snowdonia's visitors and residents to go out and enjoy what the area has to offer whatever the weather. By suggesting things to do and some background information, our aim is to give everyone an opportunity to enjoy, to learn and to appreciate the special qualities of Snowdonia.'

The magazine is available from the Authority's Information Centres, other Information Centres in north and mid Wales and north Wales' tourist attractions and destinations. A large print version or CD is available from the National Park's Communication Section or the Information Centres at Betws y Coed, Beddgelert, Dolgellau, Aberdyfi, and Harlech. The magazine can also be downloaded in e-format on the Authority's website.

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