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White Water Rafting Taster Session in Snowdonia
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  • Excellent63%
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9 Jul 2015
“Stunning landscape”
6 Sep 2014
“Great River Run.....Just Check the Flow”
Snowdonia National Park, Wales
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Reviewed 9 July 2015

Stunning real Welsh river. Its flow will typically vary with the rain. It comes up very quickly for the canoeist out there.

Thank brynelltyd
Reviewed 6 September 2014

The upper Tryweryn was busy on the day we paddled it with rafts and play boaters around to whitewater centre. But paddle further downstream taking the lower section to Bala and get the river mostly to yourself with almost constant decent grade 2 - 3...More

2  Thank Rob M
Reviewed 13 September 2012

we loved this corner of Wales, doesn't get enough attention if you ask me! It looks like Merlin could step out of the mist at any moment, very wild and romantic stunning views even thru the mist. Hard to drive it though and stay on...More

1  Thank KnottyMeadows
Reviewed 27 August 2012

Did the taster for the white water rafting!! was exciting and really good fun!!the instructor Atti was brilliant!! you get two runs down the river each lasting approx 15-20mins but felt a lot quicker!! you can hire wetsuit n boots for a small charge. minibus...More

1  Thank Mwnci38
Reviewed 19 August 2012

An action packed and fun filled adventure - not for the nervous! Good value as we had 4 goes, each becoming increasingly difficult

2  Thank skier72
Reviewed 3 August 2012

Spent a day here, spent some time in one of the hides which was situated near the gift shop and tea room, never seen so many birds, it was wonderful.The views from the terrace of the hotel which overlooks the lake were fantastic.Great place for...More

1  Thank lynseykidderminster
Reviewed 3 July 2012

This place is a political disaster. Liverpool was running out of water in the early 1950s and took an Act to build a colossal reservoir in Cwm Tryweryn, drowning the local village. As soon as it was completed, many large firms in Liverpool which used...More

2  Thank Peter Pedr J
Reviewed 24 January 2012

Exhilirating! but you'll get wet. Ideal for the young at heart.

2  Thank Beryl19
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