Welcome to Hiraethog in North Wales – unspoilt and waiting for you to explore
Hiraethog, ‘The Hills of Longing’ (or translated by some as 'gorse hill'), in the heart of North Wales is a stunning, unspoilt landscape of heather moor, thick forests, tranquil lakes and open spaces, dotted with charming villages and topped by big, open skies. Home to rare wildlife, such as red squirrels, beautiful scenery and warm Welsh hospitality, this is somewhere where you can really get away from it all. Relax and enjoy the peace and quiet, or get out there and experience some of the country’s best biking, walking, fishing, and water sports locations.
Accessed easily via the A5 main route to Betws y Coed, Hiraethog is at the gateway to Snowdonia, and in no time you can be experiencing all that Llyn Brenig, and the Hiraethog moors have to offer. With a fantastic choice of quality places to stay, places to eat and an exciting programme of events in North Wales throughout the year, you’ll have everything you need to make the most of your holiday in Hiraethog.
Quiet, clear waters surrounded by spectacular scenery - fishing at its best.
One way of the most rewarding ways to explore Hiraethog and its villages.
Hiraethog is a fantastic place to get up close to rare wildlife and plants.
Lots of way-marked trails - and plenty of breathtaking scenery to boot.
The wild landscape of the Mynydd Hiraethog is perfect for mountain biking.
Have some fun on Hiraethog’s stunning lakes and waterways!
One of the best ways to explore the countryside of Hiraethog is on two wheels.
This interesting and scenic trail links the Hiraethog villages of Pentrefoelas, Cerrigydrudion,...
Clocaenog Forest lies at the heart of the Mynydd Hiraethog and covers 6000 hectares (15000 acres)....
This manmade lake covers over 900 acres and is the largest in Wales. Its shoreline of some 14 miles...