Adaptive MTB Tandem Tours
A chance for visitors with visual impairment, balance or mobility issues to experience the thrill of trail cycling in Wales. Tours are piloted by experienced Tandem guides. More info
Cycling Equipment Hire
Bikes include a number of standard mountain bikes, a tandem, a child's trailer, a one-wheel tag-along, a two-wheel tag-along (suitable for larger children and adults), single-wheel cargo trailers and a hand-cycle. With all that, there should be enough to get the whole family rolling. More info
North Wales Society for the Blind have prepared a free audio guide to the popular Mawddach Trail railway walk along the Mawddach Estuary. A number of audio guides are available for walks in the Coed y Brenin Forest, and for other locations of historical and cultural significance.
Fully Accessible Indoor Pool Swimming
Harlech Ardudwy Hamdden Leisure Centre boasts fully accessible swimming with lift entrance, poolside access and a winch. There is also a great cafe for some after swim refuelling.
Special Riding School
Horse riding opportunities for disabled riders of all abilities.
Visually Impaired Walking Scheme
The Voice Trail scheme enables people with visual impairment to enjoy the benefits of walking within the Snowdonia National Park and surrounding areas.
Braille Map of Snowdonia
Braille maps of the Snowdonia National Park enable the visitor to become more independent. They are available in tactile format with print or Braille labelling.
Authentic mountain bike experiences for disabled riders with a range of abilities.
The National White Water centre near Bala works closely with the organisation Design for Life, who specialise in creating opportunities for people with disabilities to enjoy the outdoors.