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Let’s meet at 16.30 on the day of your adventure at the Snowdonia Watersports cafe. The postcode is LL55 4EL.
We’ll return between 09.00 and 10.00 the next morning.
There’s a large, free car park on the opposite side of the road, next to the lake.
Snowdonia Watersports is owned by our friends Chris and Tara. They have a lovely cafe, with amazing cakes, and also rent out canoes, kayaks, and stand-up-paddleboards for the lake. That might tie in well with your next day…?!
Ideally, we’ll meet at SW and walk from there. There are a two beautiful places to sleep within an hour’s walk, they’re our go-to locations, as they’re easily accessible but feel remote, and have truly jaw dropping views. If for some reason, we need to head elsewhere, then it’ll be no more than a 20 minute car journey.
Good question! Obviously, it’s the UK, so the weather is changeable. If it’s a bit wild in the hills, we’ll head to Anglesey, where the weather is often much better. We’ll bivvy in a hidden cove instead, listening to the rhythm of the waves. If you’d rather the solitude of the the hills, we can take a tent instead, and go wild camping somewhere. We’ll provide the tent if this is the case.
You can leave your car in the car park opposite SW. It isn’t a patrolled / monitored car park, but we’ve never heard of cars being broken into it. Some people sleep in camper vans in the car park as well – so it always feels busy and secure. We’d both be more than happy to leave our cars there.
Our closest train station is Bangor, which is a 15 minute taxi ride away, or a 1 hour bus journey!
It takes 3.5 hours on the train from London Euston to Bangor – easy.
If you’re after anywhere else to stay, check out our accommodation page for the best zeds about.
We can lend you a rucksack, headtorch, sleeping mat, and bivvy bag – please just let us know in advance. We can also arrange sleeping bags to hire on your behalf if you don’t have one.
Our normal evening meal consists of…
Spinach and ricotta ravioli, and tomato sauce.
Cheese, crackers and a small bottle of red wine.
Pastries, muffins, and fruit.
Chocolate, crisps, and olives
Does this sound okay? Please let us know if you’ve any problems or dietary requirements. We have provided gluten free and vegan meals for folks before – it’s not a problem, as long as we have prior warning!