The imposing Cader Idris (meaning legendary giant) lies at the southern end of the Snowdonia National Park, near the town of Dolgellau. This towering peak has plenty of legendary tales attached to it. It's said that anyone who spends nightfall on its summit (Penygadair) will awake either a poet or mad; although we think you'd have to be slightly mad to attempt pitching up there in the first place. Regardless of its mythical reputation, Cader Idris is one of the most popular places in Wales for walkers, hikers and rock climbers, and is yet another piece of natural splendour that makes up the Snowdonia National Park. Slumbering in the shadow of Cader Idris is Torrent Walk, a welcoming, well-kept kind of campsite. It’s a great place to do very little except appreciate the natural surroundings, in fact emerging from your tent each morning to the sight of mist-veiled hilltops is worth the entrance fee alone. It’s a simple, informal set-up here: two mainly flat, spacious fields house up to 60 campers, and facilities include a newly built washing block, providing guests with power showers, and a centrally-heated toilet block.
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Handy extras include a baby changing area, Wi-Fi and a free secure lock-up, drying room and jet-wash for your muddy bike, ensuring all mountain bikers are fully catered for. Torrent Walk sits deep in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park, Wales’ most popular slice of nature, with around 350,000 walkers and climbers taking on Mount Snowdon’s summit (1,085 metres) each year. Yet the park has much more to offer than just Snowdon. Stretching 50 miles north to south and 35 miles east to west, this diverse park covers coastal areas, villages steeped in history, rivers, waterfalls, and beautiful Bala lake, Wales' largest natural body of water.
After a fabulous day discovering the natural wonders of Snowdonia, there’s a good chance the local residents of Torrent Walk will be waiting for you. Whether it’s the horses in need of a friendly pat, wild rabbits bouncing merrily amongst the long grass, or a selection of dawdling ducks gathered expectantly outside your tent, there’s always some form of wildlife to admire here. All in all, Torrent Walk is perfect for those seeking a friendly, welcoming Welsh campsite, with a marvellous location and even better views. (info supplied by the campsite).
I have stayed at this lovely campsite over the bank holiday weekend and it was one of my best experience. Very clean campsite with large clean toilet block, hot powerful showers. Family and dog friendly, also they allow campfires which was a very big plus. Great walks around and lots of places to visit nearby. Great location.
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Nearby Campsites. Pen y Bont Caravan and Campsite, Llangynog Road, Bala, Gwynedd LL23 7PH. Relaxed camping or chic gypsy glamping – whatever you opt for, this location can't be beat, with Snowdonia and Wales' largest lake on your doorstep. Bryn Dinas Camping Pods.
Red Dragon Holidays, Bryn Dinas, Nantgwynant, nr Beddgelert, Caernarfon, Gwynedd LL55 4NH. "A welcome in the hillside" awaits at this excellently-equipped pod site in the heart of Snowdonia. Graig Wen Campsite, Arthog, Nr Dolgellau, Gwynedd LL39 1YP.
Succumb to the tranquil hills of Graig Wen. Smart, sustainable and quite simply, lush.
Bwlchgwyn Farm Pony Trekking and Equestrian Centre. Fairbourne, Gwynedd LL39 1BX. Bored of the daily grind? Camp here and go for a daily hack instead. Owen Tyddyn Farm. Islawrdref, Arthog, Gwynedd LL40 1TL. Camp at the foot and then ascend into the heavens via mirrored lakes, bare peaks and rocky cairns.
It’s summit special. Bryn Y Gwin Farm Camping And Caravan Site. Bryn Y Gwin Farm, Cader Road, Dolgellau, Gwynedd, LL401TF. A small camping and caravanning site with stunning views over Dolgellau, North Wales, and a large, well stocked, fishing lake.
Pant y March Farm (Feather Down Farm). LLangywer, Snowdonia National Park, Bala LL23 7BY.
If you feel like a caged animal from Monday to Friday, then a visit to Pant y March is for you. The site is set high on the mountainside, with spectacular views over Llyn Tegid (Lake Bala) – Wales’s largest natural lake – Yr Aran, Arenig Fawr and other peaks in Snowdonia. Llwyndu Farm Hut.
Llwyndu Shepherds Hut, Llanaber, Gwynedd LL42 1RR. A single shepherd's hut in the grounds of a farmhouse B&B situated at the base of the Rhinog Mountains. Tents, caravans, motorhomes, families, large groups and well-behaved dogs – yes. 60+ pitches for tents, touring caravans and motor homes.
Newly built ablutions block with free power showers and a centrally-heated toilet block. Laundry room (with coin operated washing & tumble dryer machines), iron & board, fridges & freezers to store your food, disabled facilities and a baby changing area. Large washing up area, drying room for any muddy biking or walking gear and a secure lock-up for your bikes with jet wash. Free Wi-Fi available which works close to the toilet block and gardens, campfires allowed - wood must be purchased on site at £4 a bag (kindling & firelighters included.
Every third Sunday of the month, Dolgellau town centre hosts a Farmer's Market. Throughout the year (especially in summer) there’s plenty of fun local events such as steam rallies, sheep dog trials and even village duck races! Also in Dolgellau, pop into the interactive National Centre for Welsh Folk Music (01341 421800), known locally as Ty Siamas. There’s a plentiful bundle of traditional Welsh instruments, which the little ones can have a go at playing. Zip World (01248 601444) offers visitors a memorable experience as you fly for over 1 mile through the skies.
The ‘little zipper’ will take you down to the bottom of the quarry, reaching speeds of up to 40mph, whilst the ‘big zipper’ reaches an eye watering 100mph. Visitors can also pick up their specialised vehicle for a fascinating quarry tour in what was once the largest slate quarry in the world. Whilst on the subject of digging, The Sygun Copper Mine (01766 890595) is a Victorian copper mine that was closed in 1903, but renovated and reopened by the Amies family as a tourist attraction in 1986. Food & Drink. The site can provide a pre-ordered breakfast and there’s a can machine onsite.
A small shop selling bread, milk etc is 200 meters away, and a larger Co-op and Spar can be found in the town, which is just over a mile away. There’s little need to stray beyond the nearby town of Dolgellau for a bite to eat; Y Meirionnydd (01341 422554), Y Sospan Café (01341 422269) and Dylanwad Da (01341 422870) are all excellent choices, whilst Bwyty Mawddach (01341 421752) combines traditional and contemporary design with stunning views over Mawddach estuary and the Cader Idris mountain range. All year for tent pitches, and March to October for caravans and motorhomes.