Snowdonia National Park

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Snowdonia National Park

Location: The National Park is located in Wales,UK.

When it was established: Snowdonia National Park was established in 1951.

Why was Snowdonia established: This National Park was established because of

Description: It covers 2,140 km2, and has 60 km of coastline.

Why it is so popular: It is popular because of it's sepctacular sites and all the vews it has to offer.

Entry Cost: Free

Interesting facts: It was the third National Park decleard in Britain. More than 26,000 people live in the Park. The Park brings over 6 million visitors annually to see the spectacular sites it has to ofer.The Park has 2,380 km of public footpaths and 16264 km of public bridleways. Snowdonia is one of the wettest parts of the British Isles and Crib Goch in Snowdonia is the wettest spot in the United Kingdom. The average rainfall is 4,473 millimetres a year.