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The Snowdonia Society is a charity working to ensure that the beauty and diversity of the Snowdonia National Park's landscapes, wildlife and cultural heritage remain for present and future generations to enjoy. Support our work by becoming a member.

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National Parks Matter

National Parks Matter

Update 29/10/14 Welsh Government published the terms of reference for the review of governance of National Parks shortly after the September reshuffle. The review panel has called for evidence in two stages and will report...

20% member discount

20% member discount


Did you know that Snowdonia Society members benefit from a 20% discount at Cotswold Outdoor? Join the Snowdonia Society now to take advantage of the discount.

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ARCHIVE VOLUNTEER NEEDED

ARCHIVE VOLUNTEER NEEDED

CAN YOU HELP? During a recent office tidy-up we unearthed this poster for the Snowdonia Society's first Public Meeting in 1967. We have much more historic material and need a special volunteer to develop an archive project.

Shine Your Light

Shine Your Light

As half term holidays approach and people take the opportunity to go walking, MountainSafe is reminding walkers to take care when venturing into the mountains.

National Parks Matter Update

National Parks Matter Update

Welsh Government published the terms of reference for the review of governance of National Parks shortly after the September reshuffle. The review panel has called for evidence in two stages and will report to Carl Sargeant...

Restore Llanberis buses

Restore Llanberis buses

Please sign this petition to restore the bus services to Llanberis formerly operated by Padarn Buses.

Volunteering in November

Volunteering in November

Our upcoming Volunteer Workdays for November. Contact us to book your place.

Winter events

Winter events

Mountains, trees and rivers; ancient roads and quarries... Learn more about Snowdonia’s natural and archaeological features and how we as residents and visitors use and misuse or value and protect them.