If you fancy trying something more active, John is a qualified mountaineer and canoe/kayak coach, and would be happy to take you people to explore the outdoors.
The Vale of Ffestiniog has a vast range of walks in some beautiful scenery, often away from the crowds of tourists that flock to other, more well know areas of Snowdonia.
John is a qualified canoe/kayak coach and is happy to arrange trips, where you can explore the natural surroundings, with just a paddle in hand, and the canoe.
Coed y Brenin, Betws y Coed and Penmachno provide a mecca for mountain biker’s looking wishing to try out some superb bike trails. Whether your looking for a fun route, or a serious challenge, this area of Wales has trails which cater for all abilities.
Snowdonia offers some of the most beautiful and exhilarating spots for fishing in all of Wales. Ranging from mountainous locations, to lakes, rivers and beaches, Snowdonia offers a variety of locations and landscapes, where you can enjoy fishing, for all sorts of fish.
Caving in Snowdonia
Caving is a great all weather outdoor activity, where you can explore the amazing underground world of abandoned mines, lakes, and even waterfalls! Cwmorthin mine is 400m away and used by Go Below exploration company.
Climbing in Snowdonia
Snowdonia has some of the most varied rock climbing in the world, with areas suitable for beginners and experienced climbers alike.
Beach Just 20 Mins Away
The stunning Welsh coastline is just a short trip away, were you can visit wonderful wildlife-rich estuaries and excellent beaches.