The Snowdonia Society is a charity working to ensure that the beauty and diversity of the National Park's landscapes, wildlife and cultural heritage remain for present and future generations to enjoy. Support our work by becoming a member.
Volunteer with us!
Round about April 2014 RWE will put in for planning permission for a fairly large hydro scheme. Members and trustees of the Snowdonia Society met up with Bill Langley from RWE to get an overview of the scheme.
Snowdonia Society News
National Park Wardens ask people to consider alternative walks rather than heading to snow topped mountains.
Join us for footpath work on Snowdon, Red Squirrel box making, work on the freshwater pearl mussel project and more!
Take another step and leave a lasting imprint that will help ensure that Snowdonia remains a very special place for future generations to enjoy. Leave a legacy!
Have you been on a walk in Snowdonia recently and encountered a broken stile, overgrown path or stopped from using access land? Log an access enquiry and help fix it!
Our volunteers came up trumps after a number of trees were damaged by 100mph gusts on the 12th February. Nine volunteers on the following Sunday and six on Tuesday made safe damaged trees.