Snowdonia Park attracts over 6 million visitors annually, split almost equally between day and staying visitors, making it the third most visited National Park in England and Wales.
It is characterised by deep Glacial Valleys and contains some of the oldest rocks on Earth.
The northernmost area is the most popular with tourists, and includes (from west to east) Moel Hebog, Mynydd Mawr and the Nantlle Ridge; the Snowdon Massif; the Glyderau; and the Carneddau. These last three groups are the highest mountains in Wales, and include all Wales'' 3000-foot mountains.
Its main offices are at Penrhyndeudraeth.