Photography in Snowdonia
Probably far too many things to photograph in one trip but if you're looking for something particular try these out.
Activities / Sports
mountain biking / trail running / zip lines / road cycling / rugby / trail running / yacht racing
Mach Loop / above Tanygrisiau / Ogwen Valley / deck of your cabin
deck of your cabin / above Rhiw Goch / Trawsfynydd Lake / Coed y Brenin / Mawddach Estuary
kite festival / castle re-enactments / fireworks / vintage rallies
Cregennan Lake / Bala Lake / Talyllyn / Cwmorthin / Mawddach Estuary / Coed y Brenin / Beddgelert / Portmeirion
Mawddach Estuary / Panorama Walk / Cadair Idris / Snowdon / Bala Lake
Barmouth to Harlech coast / Mawddach Estuary / Cadair Idris / Arenig Fawr / Snowdon / Trawsfynydd Lake
Coed y Brenin / Ganllwyd / Arthog / Aber Falls / Pistyll Rhaeadr (80 minutes) / Devils Bridge (90 minutes)
National White Water Centre / Bala Lake / Barmouth / Pwllheli / Abersoch
osprey / red kite / deer / wild ponies / sheep / owls / waterfowl / dolphins
Would you like help to get more from your camera and take better outdoor photographs? Book a walk with local photographer (and qualified mountain guide) Helen Iles. She knows where and when to go there in order to get brilliant shots. See her website HERE.
Take a look at Welshot Photographic Academy who offer local photography events to help you to get the most from your camera.