Activities in Snowdonia/Eyri

There are plenty activities in Snowdonia/Eyri North Wales to chose from. However, Coetmor Mill bunkhouse does not provide or organise leaders or instructors. Those who conduct activities are responsible for ensuring that they have the appropriate training and qualifications to do so, relevant to their own organisation. The Trustees of Coetmor Mill accept no responsibility for any such activities.

Please note that The Coetmor Mill Trust has no affiliation with any providers. We therefore do not endorse any activities or companies listed on this page.

You are spoilt for choice when looking for activities in North Wales and Snowdonia/Eyri. We have listed some of the popular activities below but don’t stop there, find your own gems and let us know what we may have missed!

A youth group visiting the cantilever stone in the Ogmore Valley in Eyri/Snowdonia

Hill walking in Snowdonia/Eyri

The obvious choice for a stay at Coetmor Mill. You are spoilt for choice in the immediate surroundings. Whether it is a lower level walk around one of the lakes or a challenging walk up  the higher peaks, it’s all here. And if you want to visit Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon) itself, it’s close, too.

A popular route from Coetmor Mill is to find the cantilever stone pictured here.

Zip world

Set in North Wales near the stunning Snowdon range, in what once was the world’s largest slate quarry, Penrhyn Quarry is now home to the fastest zip line in the world, Velocity, where you can fly 500m above the bright blue quarry lake. Learn all about the history of the quarry on the Penrhyn Quarry Tour or watch the zippers fly by from the Blondin Restaurant or Café. If you are after a corporate venue with a difference, The Gallery is a meeting space with a view like no other.

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Coastal path in North Wales

Walk a section of the Welsh Coastal Path

Lon Las Ogwen offers wonderful views of the north Wales landscape as it climbs south from the coast at Bangor. Following the valley of Afon Cegin, the trail climbs on old railway cuttings through lovely woodland to Tregarth and into the mountains of the Snowdonia National Park

Set in North Wales near the stunning Snowdon range, in what once was the world’s largest slate quarry, Penrhyn Quarry is now home to the fastest zip line in the world, Velocity. You can fly 500m above the bright blue quarry lake. Learn all about the history of the quarry on the Penrhyn Quarry Tour or watch the zippers fly by from the Blondin Restaurant or Café.

Electric mountain in North Wales
Sea kayak in North Wales

Kayaking, Sea Kayaking, Coasteering

B-Active specialises in kayaking, sea kayaking, coasteering, guided walks and multi-activity group experiences courses on Anglesey, North Wales. Whether you are getting into a kayak for the first time, developing your skills, looking for a challenge for your group. Whatever your age, background or skill level we can provide you with a safe, challenging and enjoyable experience.

Designed, built and used by people that are passionate about climbing. Beacon is the largest indoor climbing centre in North Wales. Our users are aged 2-90+ and our climbing is designed to cater for all levels, from first experience to elite performance. Tempted to give it a go? What’s stopping you?

Indoor climbing in North Wales
Cycle path in North Wales

Bangor to Ogwen Cycleway

Lon Las Ogwen offers wonderful views of the north Wales landscape as it climbs south from the coast at Bangor. Following the valley of Afon Cegin, the trail climbs on old railway cuttings through lovely woodland to Tregarth and into the mountains of the Snowdonia National Park.

The heart of Welsh industry at The National Slate Museum

Dinorwig Quarry closed in 1969. Today, rather than fashioning wagons and forging rails, the workshops tell a very special story: the story of the Welsh slate industry.

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Go Below activity in North Wales/Eyri

Test your nerve by journeying through a mountain via a series of exciting adventurous challenges on one of our three epic underground adventures. Try your hand at zip-lining through caverns, or climbing up a vertical shaft. Experience boating across a lake, traverse over an abyss, scale a waterfall or abseil your way down to the deepest point in the UK! It’s adrenaline pumping, heart thumping, pulse jumping fun, guided by the most fun, experienced and qualified instructors in the country!

AMI instructors have a huge range of experience and expertise. They will help you increase your knowledge and safety in the hills and mountains. AMI instruction is of a higher standard: a higher standard of professionalism, a higher standard of teaching. They are experts in teaching you new skills, safely.

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