Wakestock is back! Book hotels in Snowdonia to be near the massive, spectacular 2013 wakeboarding event this summer. The 12th, 13th and 14th of July will bring Wakestock to Snowdonia with a splash of water and explosion of music. Wakestock is the biggest wakeboarding event in Europe!
For those who have never been to the event and are not knowledgeable of water sports, wakeboarding came about through surfing and not enough waves. Wakeboarding features being positioned on a board while being dragged by a customised speed boat at approximately 25 miles an hour and then launching into the area to perform twists, tricks and manoeuvres.
Rails are now a big part of wakeboar.... Click here to read more
Snowdonia is renowned for being a place of spectacular natural wonders. The Snowdonia mountain range and national park hold inspiring peaks, lush forests, waterfalls and interesting wild life. Besides all this exquisite countryside there are numerous stimulating events happening this summer in the Snowdonia area.
If you stay in Snowdonia hotels this summer you will only be a stone’s throw away from a host of fun events. There are two fantastic festivals coming this summer. WakeStock in Abersoch returns for 2013. On the 12th-.... Click here to read more
Lôn Eifion, Caernarfon
This is a well known route that’s used frequently, stretching twelve and a half miles from Caernarfon to Bryncir.
Lôn Las Menai
This track has a nice length of four m.... Click here to read more
The Bangor New Music Festival is an annual celebration of new and contemporary music that usually takes place over a few days during March. This year’s event will take place from 9th March to 14th March 2013 and will showcase a range of dedicated volunteers in close co-operation with Bangor University’s School of Music. Artists to appear at the 2013 Festival include Catrin Finch, Dewi Ellis Jones and ElectroacousticWALES.
Founded in the year 2000, the event aims to celebrate and appreciate contemporary music, showcasing works from composers of varied nationalities, as well as allowing school students, locals and visitors to the area to go along and enjoy the talent on sh.... Click here to read more